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In 1975, Shalabh Kumar as Chairman and CEO of  AVG founder  became specialize in business of automation controls, semiconductors, telecommunications, thick-film hybrids, electronic component manufacturing and distribution. ......BIO

Shalabh "Shalli" Kumar, Engineer, Entrepreneur and  philanthropist

Shalabh Kumar as Chairman and CEO of  AVG founder  became specialize in business of automation controls, semiconductors


  • According to the hill news media report dated  July 19, 2016  :
    • He donated a whopping $898,000 towards Trump's victory campaign
    • He has already wired $449,000- the maximum amount one can donate to the campaign to the Trump Victory Fund last Saturday and his wife is going to send another round of equal amount to the Trump Victory fund thus totaling a maddening $898,800. .......Hindu-American emerges as Trump mega-donor
  • Shalabh "Shalli" Kumar, Engineer, Entrepreneur and  philanthropist based out of Chicago, born to freedom fighter family of villiage near Ambala, Punjab India. Kumar was graduated from Punjab University in 1965 and earned a BS in electronics engineering in 1969 from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh.
  • He moved to US in 1969 and attended the Illinois Institute of Technology where he got recognition for organizing the first exhibition of rare photographs of Indian freedom fighters such as Subhas Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekhar Azad.
  • In 1975, Shalabh Kumar as Chairman and CEO of  AVG founder  ...Click BIO
  • Republican Hindu Coalition Chairman Shalabh Kumar Endorses Donald Trump for President - June 9th 2016 - On One America News Network's "Tipping Point" with Liz Wheeler Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC) Founder and Chairman Shalabh Kumar endorses Donal Trump for President.


Indian-Americans form new group to boost Republicans
Posted By: NRIReporteron: September 20, 2015In: Diaspora-News, Top StoriesNo Comments
Washington, Sep 20, 2015;  Conservative-minded Indian Americans are forming a new Republican group to mobilise the community to back Republican candidates in what the founder calls “a very important time in history,” according to a media report.

Shalabh “Shalli” Kumar, a prominent Indian-American businessman and a major supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has taken the lead in forming the Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC). The coalition aims to promote conservative principles such as free markets and limited government, with a focus on how they relate to Indian Americans, Fox News reported.

The organization is modelled after groups like the Republican Jewish Coalition, and plans to spend big in next year’s elections, it said.

“This is a very important time in history. The country has suffered so much so dramatically in the last eight years, and another four or eight years of the same direction, the US as we know it will come to an end,” Kumar told

While many Hindus are ideologically conservative-leaning, they have not yet mobilized to vote for Republicans, he said.

“Hindu Americans tend to be like other minorities when it comes to voting – they are Democrats or are neutral, or they just don’t vote,” said Kumar, chairman of AVG Advanced Technologies.
Yet the RHC is hoping to change this, and has gained the backing of some big-name Republicans, with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich agreeing to serve as honorary chairman for the group.
Kumar said they have received a great deal of support from the Republican National Committee and high-ranking congressional Republicans.

They are also hoping to organize a congressional delegation to travel to India after they formally launch the coalition next month.

Additionally the RHC is hoping that in light of the 2014 election of business-minded Modi, the US and India can draw closer on a number of issues, including getting the US to rely more on India for manufacturing than China.

Kumar said that while the RHC is proud that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal – whose family is from India – is running, they have not yet backed any of the candidates seeking the Republican nomination in 2016.
However, Kumar has pledged to personally donate at least $2 million and raise millions more for the eventual Republican nominee, Senate and House candidates and Republican groups.




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