Purushottam Dhakal / VIRGINIA: Youth Politician of Nepali Origin H B Bhandari has been elected for the post of Secretary of Minority Democratic Youth Network of Democratic Party on the ongoing Youth Conference of the party.
Bhandari got the opportunity to represent in the conference on behalf of Meryland Youth Democrat. Vice-chairperson of the Democratic Women Network Mariga Rawo, who is an American Politician of Indian Origin, supported Bhandari for the post. Democrat Maris Simpson proposed Bhandari’s name for the position. Democratic Youth leaders from all over the America have been participating in the conference.
Youth Democrat of California and Regional Director of Degora also contested for the same post along with Bhandari. The Conference has been discussing the issues of minority Americans and also electing leadership of minority democratic youth networks of different society. During the conference efforts were made to garner support to former Secretary Hilary Clinton for the next presidential election. The Texas Conference will conclude today after issuing Texas declaration. This is the grand success achieved by a Politician of Nepali origin in the mainstream politics of America.
After being elected as the Secretary of Minority Democratic Youth Network, which is considered as the umbrella organization of Black Caucus, Hispanik Caucus, Asian American Pacific, Native American and Middle East, Bhandari said, “I will try to utilize this opportunity to mainstream Americans of Nepali Origin in the mainstream Politics of America to the extent possible.”
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