A top Indian sociologist and social activist has declared to name one Indian town after US President Donald Trump, as a component of his endeavors to further India-US relationship.
“I declare to name one town in India as Trump Village,” Sulabh International founder and Chief, Bindeshwar Pathak, reported at a Social community event organized in suburbia of Washington DC.
The town is being created in Mewat locale of Rajasthan.
This, he stated, is a piece of his push to improve India-US relationship.
Giving an introduction to local community people and political pioneers, Pathak said he is attempting to give moderate sanitation and toilets to the masses and end the act of manual rummaging.
In his address, he asked the Indian-American people group to help understand the objective of sanitation and cleanliness in India.
Republican Politician from Virginia, Ed Gillespie, who is running for Virginia Governor, highlighted the part the Indian-American people group plays in the US, including “the US has an extremely solid association with India”.
He likewise investigated the alternative of embracing the innovation of Sulabh universal in Virginia and Maryland.
“Provincial zones of Virginia have an issue in building toilets and its support cost is high. A few authorities from both Virginia and Maryland have communicated their enthusiasm for embracing it locally in order to cut the cost down,” said Virginia Republican Puneet Ahluwalia.
Congresswoman Barbara Comstock additionally congratulated Pathak on the event.