Bangla Hunt Desk: Sri Preston Kulkarni, an American of Indian descent, is running on behalf of Donald Trump's party. Former diplomat Kulkarni has served in countries such as Iran and Israel. He has always been famous for his diplomatic decisions. Most interestingly, he is associated with the Rashtriya Swayang Sevak Sangh.
Trump's party is making every effort to win over voters of Indian descent. He has even stood by India's side in the ongoing tensions with China to win the hearts of Indians. Kulkarni, 41, is running for the Trump administration from the US state of Texas. If he wins, he will be the first Hindu delegate to win from the state of Texas.
About 74 percent of the population is white, 25 percent is of Latin descent, 16 percent is Asian, and 12 percent is black. This information has been released by the censors, which shows that there is a majority of whites and it can be very difficult to win any Indian descent there. Yet Trump has trumped Kulkarni there.
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In 1979, the Kulkarni family moved to the United States from India. He was born in 1966 in Louisiana. Kulkarni's father, Venkatesh Kulkarni, was an Indian novelist and educator, and his mother, Margaret Preston Kulkarni, was from Virginia, USA.
Kulkarni is believed to have inherited politics. The reason is the family of his mother Margaret. In fact, Margaret's ancestor, Sam Houston, came to America from Mexico in the nineteenth century and made significant contributions to Texas politics. According to a report in The Print, Kulkarni himself said this during a media interview.
At the age of 18, he dropped out of Texas University because his father had leukemia. After his father's death, Kulkarni took over his three younger siblings. He later earned a master's degree in public administration from Harvard University.