A Himachal-origin man was Saturday chosen as a member of parliament (MP) in New Zealand. Dr. Gaurav Sharma, who belongs to district Hamirpur and moved to New Zealand around 20 years ago.
Won the elections from Hamilton West electorate as a candidate of the Labor Party. In his mid-thirties, Dr. Gaurav Sharma is a single bachelor of medication.
Additionally, of medical procedure and works as a general specialist in Nawton, Hamilton.
Dr. Gaurav Sharma polled 16,950 votes and defeated National Party’s Tim Macindoe by an edge of 4,425.
As indicated by the Electoral Commission of New Zealand.
“Mr. Gaurav shares – as a doctor you have to address community and patient concerns first-hand. Certainly, My work in medical care and involvement with the board will assist me.
To be a solid voice for Hamilton in this post-pandemic recovery stage,” said Sharma on his party’s official website page.
Furthermore, Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Jai Ram Thakur Sunday praised Sharma online. “Dr. Gaurav Sharma belongs to a place named Galod in Hamirpur, India.
His recent win is a moment of pride for all of the individuals in the Himachal Pradesh and the nation,” said Thakur in an announcement.
Moreover, As per the Labor Party, Sharma has recently got associated with general health.
As well as strategy, and counseling in a few nations. He as a graduate degree in a business organization where he was a Fulbright Scholar from George Washington University.
He supported rights for outcasts and rebuilt towns in Nepal after the 2015 earthquake, the gathering said.
Sharma’s dad was an executive engineer in the electricity board of Himachal before relocating to New Zealand with his family.
“Additionally, he was in high school when his family shifted to NZ. His family faced struggles in a new environment…”
They faced homelessness and eating at the Auckland City Mission and Hare Krishna,” said the Labor Party.
In a TV meet in Shimla in 2017, Sharma had said that he has not lost association with his place of birth and likes to talk in Pahari when in Himachal.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, credited for viably dealing with the Covid pandemic.
It is set for a second term in office after an avalanche triumph of her party, to which Sharma has a place.
The party, which had ‘how about we continue moving’ as its political race trademark.
In short! won an unmistakable greater part in the New Zealand Parliament.