Congressman Carolyn Maloney will present a bill in US Congress, which means to set up Diwali as a government occasion in the United States. On Wednesday, the Democrat Congressman from New York will be joined by individuals from the India Caucus including Congressman Ro Khanna, Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, and different backers to present her enactment at the Hill. 

Addressing the Indian American people group individuals, Sanjeev Joshipura, Executive Director, Indiaspora will likewise join the Congresswoman who has been a long ally of the Indian diaspora. If the bill gets endorsement, the occasion would be seen in government organizations, with critical populaces that observe Diwali and honor the social legacy of millions of Indian Americans who commend the occasion in the United States. 

In what could be a major push for the Indian American people group, an American official is relied upon to present a bill in the US Congress trying to make Diwali a government occasion in the country. Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat Congresswoman from New York, will be joined by individuals from the India Caucus, including Congressmen Ro Khanna and Raja Krishnamoorthi just as different promoters, to present her enactment, news organization ANI detailed. 

In 2016, Maloney had driven the effective work to make the first-in-the-country Diwali stamp. She had said the Diwali stamp has been one of the greatest selling stamps in US postal history. Representative Maloney in the past has effectively worked with advocates the nation over and drove endeavors in Congress asking the US Postal Service to endorse and give a memorial stamp respecting Diwali, which has been available for use starting around 2016. Maloney constantly battled for this purpose as she felt that "a somewhat little activity would hold extraordinary importance for a great many individuals." Diwali will be praised on November 4 this year.

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