Krupesh Hirani promises London’s recovery to be fair for all
Krupesh Hirani was elected the new London Assembly Member for Brent and Harrow.
AFTER being elected as the new London Assembly Member for Brent and Harrow, Krupesh Hirani said London’s recovery from Covid-19 has to be fair for all.
“I’m thankful to the people of Brent and Harrow for electing and trusting me to represent them at City Hall. I’m immensely proud to represent the greatest part of the best city in the world. The immediate priority for City Hall will be securing jobs and business and making sure that London’s
recovery is fair for all.”
With colleague Sadiq Khan bagging a second term as London mayor, Hirani increased Labour’s majority in Brent from 20,755 to 21,222 despite the turnout being lower from 2016.
He also thanked his predecessor, Navin Shah, for serving the community for a number of decades.
Hirani has been a Brent Councillor since 2010 and has also worked as a volunteer in Harrow, which helped him to garner a large personal vote through community connections he has built over the years.
He oversaw Brent’s year as the London Borough of Culture and was the Cabinet Member overseeing Public Health over the pandemic period. He also now chairs Metroland Cultures – the charity taking forward the legacy of the London Borough of Culture.