The Indian American community in Indiana has always has always been vociferous in voicing its concerns and well being. USINPAC Indiana Chair Mr. Raju Chinthala and Dr. Vinnie Rao have networked extensively with Indian Americans and have successfully addressed a lot of concerns that the community has faced over the years. Having started in 2008, USINPAC Indiana has had close to 40 fundraisers and has been reckoned to be the ultimate voice of Indian Americans in the Indiana community. It has helped to establish relationships with the local government and its elected officials.
The USINPAC Indiana Chapter has helped several elected officials, both in Senate and Congressional races address and resolve political issues such as the economy, immigration and geopolitics in the region. The community has always supported the right candidates keeping in mind the bipartisan nature of USINPAC. With that being said, it is USINPAC Indiana’s main mission to play a key role in educating Indian Americans about the political process in the US and to especially help other Indian American candidates get elected into the government of Indiana.
“USINPAC under Sanjay Puri has held great connections with both the United States and India which has helped both to focus on the economic and educational resources that each have to offer and would like to be a part of USINPAC for years to come.” – Mr. Raju Chinthala, USINPAC IN Chair.
“USINPAC has been a guiding force of leadership in the region and is committed to support Indiana.” – Dr. Vinnie Rao
Mr. Chinthala and Dr. Rao believe that both the United States and India have tremendous potential to grow as partners and by working with USINPAC, the state of Indiana also has great potential to be seen as an influential location to make this relationship happen.