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Republican US Presidential Aspirant Seek Support Of Influential Indo-Americans

Paul expressed his desire to meet Indian Americans and Indian American Physician group for their early support in his quest for US Presidency.

WASHINGTON – Republican presidential aspirant and a Tea Party favourite Senator Rand Paul has sought support of the Indian Americans, in particular the influential physician community, to realise his ambition of US Presidency.

“Senator Paul is much interested to bag the early support of Indian Americans specially influential Indian American Physician group,” said Sampat Shivangi, president of Indian American Forum for Political Education, after a meeting with the Republican lawmaker in Mississippi yesterday.

“I was impressed with his depth of knowledge of India and Indian American and their contribution in economical, medical and US political spheres,” Shivangi said in a statement.

Paul expressed his desire to meet Indian Americans and Indian American Physician group for their early support in his quest for US Presidency.

“He very much wants to build up a National Physicians Coalition all across USA and AAPI( Association of American Physicians of Indian Origin) to take leadership role in such a coalition as he finds kinship as himself is a Physician,” Shivangi said.

Senator Paul was in Jackson, Mississippi to address Mississippi Republican Party Victory event. It was attended by top State Republican leadership included the Governor Phil Bryant, Lt Governor Tate Reeves, Secretary of State Delbert Hoseman.

“Senator Rand Paul is very impressive with vast Senate experience, analytic and brilliant mind. He may be conservative to the core but has immense love for the country and want to take the nation to newer glory and heights,” Shivangi said.

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