Washington, Agency. Indian-American lawmaker Raja Krishnamurthy targeted Pakistan’s terrorist activities. Krishnamurthy said Pakistan’s spy agency ISI considers him (US) an “enemy” because of his stand against extremists in the South Asian country. The Democratic Party MP from Illinois said this at an event organized by the American India Security Council (USISC) in Boston.

Do not discriminate on any caste or religion

Krishnamurthy said that the ISI in Pakistan sees him as an enemy for his stand against radicals in Pakistan. He also reiterated that he respects all religions and never discriminates against any colour, caste or religion.

Talk about India’s relations

Krishnamurthy assured the Indian-American community of continuing to support the strategic relationship between the two countries, so that this US friendship can deter China from its ambitions in the Pacific.

These people were involved in this program

The event was attended by several eminent Indian-Americans including Vikram Rajyadaksh, Dinesh Patel, Abhishek Singh, Amar Sahni, Deepika Sahni and Dr. Raj Raina.

Let us tell you that the family of Krishnamurthy, born in Delhi, moved to New York at the age of three months. His father has been a professor of engineering at Bradley University for more than 40 years.

Edited By: Dhyanendra Singh Chauhan