‘What goes around comes around.’
It means that whatever you do, you will get it back. The same has happened with India recently!
The US President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris has assured India that they will provide all the possible help.
Joe Biden took it to Twitter, saying, “Just as India sent assistance to the United States as our hospitals were strained early in the pandemic, we are determined to help India in its time of need.”
Kamala Harris tweeted, “The US is working closely with the Indian government to deploy additional support and supplies during an alarming outbreak rapidly. As we assist, we pray for the people of India — including its courageous healthcare workers.”
The tweets by Biden and Harris are the primary responses by the top American authority after the new flare-up of the dangerous COVID19 pandemic in India. The two have been criticized by companions of India in the US, including their very own party pioneers, for moderate reaction to the American assistance to their common partner.
Agent Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said she has been in close touch with Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla and India’s Ambassador to US Taranjit Singh Sandhu lately on the issue.
Likewise, the White House ought to assemble Indian business pioneers to present the defense for why this is in these organizations’ drawn-out essential interest. Numerous Indian American business pioneers, for example, Vinod Khosla, are glad to defend why this is a decent business choice. Mr. Khosla has focused on monetarily helping any medical clinics in India needing supplies and will likewise be talking with the India Caucus initiative to examine how else can be dealt with help.
Indian-American Congressman Ro Khanna, Congressional India Caucus Vice-Chair and Member of the House Armed Services Committee, hailed the Biden organization.
“Global participation and philanthropic help are the signs of a reformist international strategy. Despite whole-world destroying quantities of COVID-19 cases and new variations detonating in India, I cheer the Biden organization’s choice to put individuals over benefits and give extra Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), oxygen, and other clinical supplies to India,” Khanna said.
Khanna also said the Biden organization could, in any case, accomplish more, similar to giving India “our reserve” of AstraZeneca immunizations that will not be utilized in the US and have effectively opened up to Mexico and Canada. He also said the organization should likewise approach Pfizer and Moderna to give a licensed innovation waiver to a half year to a year as India wrestles with the COVID-19 emergency. It will get them an excessive measure of generosity in one of the most significant developing business sectors.
In a statement, Khanna said he is looking forward to joining the India Caucus leadership on a call with the Indian Ambassador to US Taranjit Singh Sandhu to discuss what additional steps the US can take to help India “challenging time.”