Sam Pitroda: People of India don’t have confidence in EVMs

Sam Pitroda, the chairman Indian Overseas Congress, is concerned whether the forthcoming general elections of India will be conducted in a free and fair manner. Urging people to stand up for democracy and speak out against the authoritative rule of the BJP Pitroda, during an interview with indica, raised questions on several aspects of governance in India – right from the vulnerability of the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) to democratic processes and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s 6700 KM march.

Indian Overseas Congress Chairman Pitroda Shares his Concerns about the India’s Union Budget 2020

Ritu Jha- Chairman of Indian Overseas Congress and Telecom inventor and entrepreneur Sam Pitroda says the Union Budget 2020 missed the most important challenge the country has been facing— job creation and environment. The Union Budget of India for 2020–2021 was presented by the Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman on February, 1. “There is not anything […]

Congress leaders in the US assess the party’s loss in recent state elections

Sam Pitroda, chairman of the Indian Overseas Congress, told indica that he is not clear why Congress did not do well in the Assembly election, whose results were declared on Sunday and Monday. ‘No clue,” he said when asked what he thought went wrong for the Congress. Some Congress party supporters believe the reason is ‘overconfidence’ and they now have to work hard to win the 2024 general election.

Congress will set up an NRI Affairs Ministry, says MP Deependra Singh Hooda at Silicon Valley

Congress MP Deependra Singh Hooda (above center) promised to set up an NRI Affairs Ministry in Haryana if Congress comes to power in the state and criticized the BJP-led Central government blaming it for failing on all fronts. Hooda spoke at an event in Silicon Valley organized to celebrate the San Francisco chapter of the Indian Overseas Congress on November 25.