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Chairman NTV America Navroz Prasla met Vice President Kamala Harris at the Annual JJ Reception, Texas

Chairman NTV, America Navroz Prasla, Kamala Harris, Annual JJ Reception, Texas

Prasla’s NTV America has always supported public interest events and activities.

Indian-American Business magnate and Chairman of NTV America Mr. Navroz Prasla met
Honarable Vice President of the US Kamala Harris at the JJ Reception. The Annual Johnson-
Jordan Reception is a major event meant to help the Democratic Party raise funds for voting
efforts before the elections. The event took place in Austin, Texas, and was sponsored by Mr.
Prasla along with other distinguished individuals. These massive nationwide efforts are meant to
rally supporters around reproductive and voting rights ahead of the mid-term election.

Navroz Prasla was elated to meet the VP, as she was invited as the Keynote speaker of this
year’s Texas Democratic party, JJ Reception. She spoke about protecting reproductive health
rights, Abortion rights, and Voting rights as the US is viewed as a role model all over the world.
Harris also called taking away women's rights to choose truly immoral, inspiring and awwing
everyone in the audience with her speech.

Navroz Prasla is an Indian-descent Media giant who owns NTV America, HerogoTV, and A-Star
TV based in Houston, Texas. He is always known for his philanthropy and community-building
spirit. While in conversation with him, Mr. Prasla mentioned that “if we as a community don't
step up each other, then who will?” Recently he was awarded with the ‘2022 Lifetime
Achievement Award’ by the Joe Bidden Administration for his exemplary contribution towards
community.

Prasla’s NTV America has always supported public interest events and activities. They have
always highlighted and supported the importance of public policy issues, Women’s Voting
rights, protecting reproductive health rights, Abortion rights. Their primary Vsion and goal is to
create an unbiased society for every Individual, irrespective of its gender, caste, religion,
nationality or community.









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