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Karan Bilimoria ‘reflects Parsi success’

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: (From left) Baroness Usha Prashar, Virendra Sharma, Lord Dolar Popat, Lord Karan Bilimoria, Lord Navnit Dholakia, Shailesh Vara, Lord Stone of Blackheath, Lord Jitesh Gadhia and Baroness Pola Uddin; and (left) Lord Bilimoria (cen

By: Eastern Eye Staff

Lord Navnit Dholakia has urged young British Indians to get involved in politics so the expulsions suffered by the community in Uganda, Fiji and elsewhere are not repeated in Britain. Dholakia acknowledged there was no serious risk of Indians being thrown out of Britain, even in an increasingly racist post-Brexit climate, but said: “Now is the time to instil knowledge of politics – not necessarily party politics – in our young people so that I hope, in time to come, they will be part of the political process in this country. “Never make the mistake we made in East Africa,…

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