Labour party picks another Sikh candidate to contest elections Kuldip Singh Sahota
A second Sikh candidate has today been confirmed by the Labour party for the upcoming elections, a move welcomed by British Sikhs who lauded the party’s effort for increasing the representation of the community in UK Parliament. Kuldip Singh Sahota, a former councillor, will fight to overturn a small Conservative party majority of 730 (1.8 per cent) and regain the Telford constituency in the West Midlands region of England for the Labour party in the June 8 election. “Kuldip has always been passionate about promoting Telford and standing up for the towns best interests,” a party statement said. The India-born candidate…
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