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Indian-American community divided over Ro Khanna’s Tweet on Hindutva

You may recall a few years back he debated UC Davis CS professor Norm Matloff on VOA and when Matloff mentioned the word “H-1B” Khanna exploded at him.

https://www.indiaabroad.com/indian-americans/indian-american-community-divided-over-ro-khanna-s-tweet-on/article_c6e9dc7a-d366-11e9-8659-43d836becba3.html

“California Congressman Ro Khanna’s recent tweet in reply to an article on Hindutva has divided the Indian-American community. While many Hindu-American’s reject Khanna’s call, there are a few progressives and anti-Hindutva activists who are lauding and supporting him.

On Aug. 29 Khanna tweeted: “It’s the duty of every American politician of Hindu faith to stand for pluralism, reject Hindutva, and speak for equal rights for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhist & Christians. That is the vision of India my grandfather, Amarnath Vidyalankar fought for.”