Hina Trivedi takes up cudgels for NRIs

Hina Trivedi takes up cudgels for NRIs


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CHICAGO, IL — Lion Hina Trivedi, a famous community leader from Chicago, was invited as a delegate to Pravasi Bhartiya Divas 2017 held at Bengaluru, India.

Trivedi serves Chicago Indo-US Lions Club (president), GOPIO Chicago (former president), Federations of Indian Associations (former president) and many more organizations.

She met many dignitaries that included External Affairs Minister V K Singh, CM of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis, CM of Chhattisgarh Raman Singh, CM of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar, CM of Arunachal Pradesh Takam Pario and many other distinguished people, administration officers and bureaucrats to discuss many issues related to NRIs and Indians living in the US.

Trivedi tried to spread awareness in second and third generation Indians living in the US towards their native country India through socio-economic and other prospective programs so they can build strong future relationships between both the countries.

She also raised issues NRIs face during their visit to India. She also attended Pravasi Haryana Divas 2017 held at Guru Gram on the personal invitation of Chief Minister Khattar. She was also invited to Vibrant Gujarat 2017 and also attended the republic day parade on January 26 at New Delhi as a special guest during her Delhi visit.

She went to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s residence to meet her and greeted her an wished her speedy and healthy recovery. She visited various cities and villages of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi and Haryana to spread awareness about Swatchh Bharat Abhiyaan and helped poor children with food and clothes.

Trivedi was accompanied by her team that included Deepak Nayak, Nirav Parekh, Satish Patel, Pinky Rana, Shaitan Nayak, Vikas Ji, Haresh Mehta, Dipak Jaitly and many volunteers from across India.

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