Kochi (Kerala), Nov.5 : While the whole of America and the rest of world is celebrating the historic victory of Barack Obama in this year's presidential election, here in Kochi, an advocate has expressed absolute delight over the news that his 1991 Harvard Law College classmate has won the race to the White House.
M. Ajay, an advocate by profession, settled in Kochi City, who hails from Calicut District in Kerala has reason to rejoice today.
The first word he expressed on Obama's victory was: "This is a breaking point in history, it is like man in moon I am absolutely delighted, I cannot be otherwise and I am sure other friends will be feeling the same around the world".
Ajay, during his studies in 1990 to 1991 at the Harvard Law College, happen to meet Obama as he became popular after being the first African American to be elected as the Editor of Harvard Law Review, a famous on campus magazine.
He says, though it is difficult to remember each and everyone during college time, but his fame and ability made him popular Generally, it is difficult to remember each of your classmates around 18 years ago, but Barack was the first African American to be elected editor of the Harvard Law Review and it was the main focal point in the entire campus so we had a chace to note him love and adore him during those days," said Ajay.
According to Ajay, Obama's was a great planner organiser, an expert in bringing people together and had an ability to make people forget their differences. Maybe, that is what which made helped him to get to this point, he said.
"He was a great organiser, he has the uncanny ability to make people forget their differences come and vote together as a team take them along as friends and reach their objectives in a planned manner and has all the ability to become a great man and there he is as the US president elect".
Ajay is now looking forward to meeting Obama at the White House, though he is aware that it will be very difficult. By Juhan Samuel