Government of US, NASA, and prominent Indian Americans applaud India’s landing on Moon


The successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 has prompted the US government to congratulate ISRO and India in Hindi, “ Dil Se Badhai”

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The US government, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and Indian American Congressmen, organizations, and prominent individuals showering praise on ISRO and India on the historic landing of Chandrayaan-3 at the south pole of the lunar surface, the world’s first.

In a heartwarming gesture, the US government congratulated ISRO in Hindi as a spokesperson, Margaret MacLeod said in Hindi, “India ke logo ko Chandrayaan 3 ke Vikram Lander ka Chand ki satha par kamyabi se utarne par dil se badhai.”

Gita Gopinath, the First deputy managing director of the IMF; and Ajay, the US President’s AANHPI Commission member also congratulated ISRO and India. Jain said, “A major step for India, showcasing pioneering tech and efficiency in space exploration.”

White House National Security Advisor to President of the United States (POTUS) Jake Sullivan, congratulated ISRO and India, “Congratulations to ISRO and the people of India for the Chandrayaan-3’s historic landing on the South Pole of the Moon.  We look forward to deepening our partnership with India on space exploration in the years ahead.”

Indian American organizations Hindu American Foundation, Foundation for India, and Indian Diaspora Studies (FIIDS) USA also extended their wishes to India to become the first country to land on the South Pole of the moon.

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson praised in response to the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3, “Congratulations to India on being the 4th country to successfully soft-land a spacecraft on the Moon.” 

Congressmen Ro Khanna and Raja Krishnamoorthi conveyed their congratulatory messages on the occasion. Khanna remarked, “A big moment for India. Mike Waltz and I saw incredible ingenuity and dynamism across India in our recently led delegation.”

Both of them have been in India recently, as Khanna and Waltz led a US lawmaker delegation to India and participated in the 77th Independence Day in New Delhi. Krishnamoorthi said, “A historic accomplishment for India, and a major step in lunar discovery for the world.”

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