The Managing Director and CEO of Indian multinational conglomerate Infosys, Vishal Sikka has recently went ahead and praised the newly elected US president Donald Trump expecting him not to be anti-global at all. Not just Sikka, but even India’s PM Narendra Modi sometime back said that the incoming Republican administration will be inclined towards India and he is looking forward to have a good relation with the newly appointed US President.
As per the Infosys chief, Donald Trump has been a great entrepreneur himself and his government should be pro-biz, pro-capitalism and pro-Amercia, quoted CNBC- TV18. Sikka does not expect Trump government to be Anti-global, although visa issues many have a short term margin impact. Sharing his views with the media house, Sikka further said that Brexit and Donald Trump impact is has been overstated.
While the entire country is furious over Trump’s motor mouth speech and his anti-India remarks, business professionals and politician still think that the newly elected US government will have inclination towards India. Earlier Modi also shared an informal appraisal of Trump’s victory and its implications at a dinner hosted by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. As per Modi, no dramatic change is expected in the bilateral relations between India and the US
With Modi’s frequent visit to the US it is clear on how Democrats and Republicans have dealt with India and the PM, who established a close working relationship with US President Barack Obama. Also it is remarked that Republicans, on the whole, have been friendlier to India.