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Another Indian-American included in the US presidential election, know who is Harshvardhan Singh

Now the name of another Indian-origin has been included in the US presidential race. Indian-origin aerospace engineer Harsh Vardhan Singh has announced his candidacy.

By Team Pardaphash 
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USA:Harshvardhan Singh, an engineer of Indian origin in America, has announced his candidacy for the post of President. He has become the third person of Indian origin after Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy, who has presented his claim in the Republican Party to become the US President in 2024.

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America’s family values and parental authority are under direct attack. Where big pharmaceutical companies are making profit by forcing all people to apply experimental vaccine in collaboration with the government. At the same time, tech companies are targeting our privacy.

He ran unsuccessfully for the US Senate in 2020 and is seeking a fourth term. We need strong leadership to restore American values. That is why I have decided to seek nomination from the Republican Party for the 2024 election. Praising Donald Trump, Singh said ‘America needs more people like him’. Describing himself as the ‘only right candidate for President’, Singh said, ‘It is time to move on from the old politicians of the bygone era,’ as he never got the Covid vaccination.

It is for all these reasons that I have joined the race for the presidency of the United States on behalf of the Republican Party.

Who is Harsh Vardhan Singh:

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Born to Indian immigrant parents, Singh earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2009. Entering New Jersey politics in 2017 as a gubernatorial candidate, Singh finished third in the race, garnering only 9.8 percent of the vote share. He was awarded the Aviation Ambassador in 2003 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

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