New Democratic Party (NDP) leader Jagmeet Singh and Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan, including 17 Indo-Canadians, won the Canadian parliamentary election. Liberal Party leader and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have again returned to power.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Trudeau by tweeting. The PM wrote, “Congratulations to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the election victory. I look forward to continuing to work together to further strengthen India-Canada ties, as well as to cooperate on global and multilateral issues.”
Jagmeet Singh said – can count on New Democrats
Congratulating Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh said that he will continue to fight to ensure that the super-rich pay their share. He said that we are going to fight for you. We have seen you We have heard your stories. We’re going to fight for you.
Jagmeet Singh emerged victorious from Barnaby South. He won with around a 40% vote share. He said, “I want to say that Canadians know that you can count on the New Democrats to continue your fight. As we fought for you in the pandemic. Worried about our future. We were just standing there.”
Ministers are three Indo-Canadian leader won
dissolve all three Indo-Canadian ministers in the cabinet (Harjit Sajjan, Anita Anand, and Berdis Chair) won too. Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan was re-elected from Vancouver-South with a nearly 49% vote share. He got more votes this time than in the last election. He said that my community knows me. When we talk about things that happened 10, 15, 20, 30 years ago, obviously we are going to take action. Now more women are coming forward keeping the faith of coming forward.
Liberal leader Anita Anand thanked the volunteers
Liberal leader Anita Anand was declared the winner from Oakville with a nearly 46% vote share. Anand is the minister of the ongoing vaccination campaign against the coronavirus. After the victory, he said that I am just happy. He thanked the volunteers who worked hard as a team for five consecutive weeks.
The winners included these Indo-Canadians. Other winners of the Liberal Party included Kamal Khera from Brampton West, Ruby Sahota from Brampton North, Sonia Sidhu from Brampton South, Maninder Sidhu from Brampton East, and Sukh Dhaliwal from Surrey-Newton. At the same time, George Chahal from Calgary Skyview in Alberta, Arif Virani from Parkdale-High Park, Randeep Sarai from Surrey Centre, Anju Dhillon from Dorval-Lachin-Lasal, Chandra Arya from Napean, and Iqwinder Gahir from Mississauga-Malton won. achieved.