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US President Joe Biden led his country in greeting Indian Americans, South Asians and Southeast Asians on the eve of their New Year. Biden tweeted on Tuesday,”(First Lady) Jill (Biden) send our warmest wishes to the South Asian and Southeast Asian communities who are celebrating Vaisakhi, Navratri, Songkran and the incoming New Year this week. Happy Bengali, Cambodian, Lao, Myanmarese, Nepali, Sinhalese, Tamil, Thai, and Vishu New Year.

Biden and the US first lady were joined by several lawmakers in greeting Indian Americans and Sikhs on the occasion of Vaisakhi.Pallone and Congressman John Garamendi have introduced a resolution honouring the Sikh community’s celebration of Vaisakhi.

Wishing a happy Vaisakhi to all the Sikhs and Sikh Americans celebrating in Illinois and across the world tweeted by Senator Dick Durbin.Warm wishes on Vaisakhi to everyone in the Sikh community who call New Jersey home. This is a time to focus on what matters most family and standing in solidarity with our neighbours by Senator Bob Menendez, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer conveyed wishes , “Vaisakhi is a time to celebrate renewed faith, a new year and coming together as neighbours. On this historically significant day for Sikhs and Punjabis, wishing celebrants in New York, across America and around the world a happy Vaisakhi.

Vaisakhi marks the birth of the Sikh religion as a collective faith rooted in advocacy of religious freedom and human rights wishes by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. These values hold deep importance as we all strive to became a more inclusive nation.Vaisakhi greetings also came from Senators Mark Warner, Tammy Baldwin, Debbie Stabenow, Dianne Feinstein and Pat Toomey.


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