Ex Miss India and Bollywood actor Manasvi, is widely known for having campaigned for Donald Trump for President of the United States of America.
Like millions of Indians and Indian Americans, she felt sad upon hearing the news of the Kansas shooting. The actress is Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC) India Ambassador, an organization that represents a single unified platform for Hindu voices to be heard on the policy tables of America.
After hearing about the Kansas incident that killed engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla and injured his friend Alok Masadani, Manasvi thought she must do her bit and so, along with RHC co-chairs Newt Gingrich and Shalabh Kumar, she reached out to Sarah Sanders, Deputy Press Secretary, providing her necessary information about the sentiments of the community. She felt it was important for President Trump to speak on this issue before and during his first address to the Joint Session of Congress.
Sarah promptly issued a press statement that read:
“As more facts come to light and it begins to look this was an act of racially motivated hatred. I want to reiterate the President condemns these or any other racially or religiously motivated attacks in the strongest terms. They have no place in our country.”
Then as one of the very first items during his first speech to Joint Session of Congress, President Trump referring to Kansas shooting, declared: “We as a country stand United in condemning hate and evil in all its forms”.
“I know he loves Hindus, Indians and India. I know he wants prosperity and security for all regardless of race, religion, color, creed and social status”, said Manasvi.
The actress further added “Thank you President Trump. As RHC India Ambassador I’m proud to have played a small part in getting you elected as the World Leader.”