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US Lawmakers Will Introduce A Bill In Us Congress To Establish Diwali As A Federal Holiday

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Washington

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Tue, 02 Nov 2021 08:39 AM IST

Summary

This bill can be introduced on behalf of the US Congress member on Wednesday. If this bill is approved, then it will be a big deal for the Indians living in America.

Indians living in America are going to get a big gift soon. If possible, Diwali can be declared an administrative holiday in America, this announcement means a lot to Indians. However, recognition of Diwali as an administrative holiday depends on the bill being introduced on Wednesday.

Actually, a bill to declare Diwali as a federal holiday will be introduced in front of the US Congress on Wednesday on behalf of US Congress member Caroline Maloney. Along with members of the Democrat Congress, members of the India Caucus, Congress members Ro Khanna, Raja Krishnamurthy and other advocates will also join the support of this bill, which will be introduced on Wednesday.

If this bill is approved, Indians living in the US will get a chance to celebrate Diwali and the cultural heritage of Indian Americans will also be respected. As soon as the bill is approved, many offices in the US will have a holiday on Diwali.

US Congressman Carolyn Maloney has been active with Indian advocates for a long time. He had got a postage stamp issued to honor the Indian festival of Diwali, this stamp is in circulation since 2016.

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Indians living in America are going to get a big gift soon. If possible, Diwali can be declared an administrative holiday in America, this announcement means a lot to Indians. However, recognition of Diwali as an administrative holiday depends on the bill being introduced on Wednesday.

Actually, a bill to declare Diwali as a federal holiday will be introduced in front of the US Congress on Wednesday on behalf of US Congress member Caroline Maloney. Along with members of the Democrat Congress, members of the India Caucus, Congress members Ro Khanna, Raja Krishnamurthy and other advocates will also join the support of this bill, which will be introduced on Wednesday.

If this bill is approved, Indians living in the US will get a chance to celebrate Diwali and the cultural heritage of Indian Americans will also be respected. As soon as the bill is approved, many offices in the US will have a holiday on Diwali.

US Congressman Carolyn Maloney has been active with Indian advocates for a long time. He had got a postage stamp issued to honor the Indian festival of Diwali, this stamp is in circulation since 2016.

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