7 November 2020
A resident of Vadodar village in Dhoraji taluka of Rajkot, Gujarat, and a native of the United States, Ami – Amrish – Babubhai Bera has been elected to the US Senate for the second time as an MP, in California. The longest-serving Indian in Congress is American. He has lived in Elk Grove, California with his wife Jane for 20 years, who is also a medical doctor. He is proud of his daughter Kadra.
55-year-old Ami Bera, a Democrat candidate for the 7th Congressional District of California, defeated Badej Patterson and is being welcomed by people across the country, including Gujarat, including Vadodar, who was elected as an MP in the US Parliament.
America is a land of opportunity, where one can reach full potential, work hard and follow the rules.
Ami Berr’s family Lalji Bapa lives near Rajkot in Gujarat. Father Babubhai moved to America in 1958, 60 years ago. Amy Bera was born in the US. Presently the village of Vadodar, Gujarat has 35 bighas of agricultural land and also a house of 3 rooms.
Participates in family or village occasions. His financial contribution is also very good for the Wadi of the Kadava Patidar society in Vadodar village.
Amrish Babulal-Ami-Bera, born March 2, 1965, is an American physician and politician. Who is the US representative for the 7th Congressional District of California since 2013. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Berra was elected in 2014, 2016 and 2018.
Bera’s father Babulal Bera immigrated to America from India in 1958. Two years later, Babulal Bera joined his wife Kanta. Ami Berra was born in La Palma, Orange County, Los Angeles. Attend John F. Kennedy High School. Bera can understand Gujarati.
He received a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from the University of California, Irvine, and a degree in medicine in 1991. From 1997 to 1999 he was director of medical management at Mercy Healthcare for Sacramento. He served as Chief Medical Officer in Sacramento County and later as associate dean for admission to UC Davis School of Medicine.
From 2005 to 2012, he served as a clinical professor at the Davis School of Medicine, University of California.
The imminent change in Congress may be of particular importance to India, with Indo-US Congress member Ami Berra presiding over a subcommittee on important foreign affairs on the US Asia, the Pacific and non-proliferation.
When d. R. s. Bera is a close supporter of Indo-US.
He focused on human rights in Kashmir. Bera emphasized the foundations of India as a secular democracy and vowed to relax the sanctions.