Prominent Indian-American face Nikki Haley joins Trump’s election campaign debunking allegation America is a racist nation

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NIKKI  HALEY, born Nimrata Randhawa to an immigrant couple from Punjab in the United States of  America 48 years ago, has rubbished the oft-repeated accusation that the North American nation has turned racist due to alleged maltreatment of some  African Americans by supremacists. Wearing a turban and a saree, the Republican politician has rejected the Democratic Party’s “fashionable” statement that “America is racist. She was appointed US Ambassador to the United Nations by President Donald  Trump after his elevation to the hallowed  White House. She is the only Indian-American listed so far to speak at the Republican National Convention on Thursday, August 27 where President Donald Trump will formally accept nomination as the GOP’s candidate for the November 3 presidential election. Twice elected as the Governor of South Carolina, Haley said, it is a totally a lie to allege that  America is a racist country. “This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore a sari. I was a brown girl in a black and white world, she said on Monday at the mostly virtual four-day convention. Haley said her family faced discrimination and hardship but her parents never had any grievance and hate in the alien nation “My mom built a successful business. My dad taught 30 years at a historically Black college. The people of South Carolina elected her as their first minority and first female governor. America is a story that’s a work in progress. Now is the time to build on that progress, and make America even freer, fairer, and better for everyone, she said. That’s why it’s tragic to see so much of the Democratic Party turn a blind eye toward riots and rage. She said the American people know they can do better.’’ And of course, we know that every single black life is valuable. The black cops who’ve been shot in the line of duty they matter. The black small business owners who’ve watched their life’s work go up in flames they matter,” she said, PTI quoted her saying. Nimrata Nikki Haley, American India politician, diplomat, businesswoman, and author who served as the 116th governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 and as the 29th United States ambassador to the United Nations, is fielded by the Triumph’s election manager to mobilize the support  of close to 4 million  PIOs living in the United States. Of them, 1.5 million are registered voters for the crucial election the outcome of which will drastically change international political scenarios. edited by PK Chakravarty. image courtesy to BBC.com

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