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Ex-Mayor, Darshan Singh Grewal-BJP Vice President (Overseas) in London, United Kingdom say UK-India Free Trade Agreement will be in place soon as England needs it more than India, he says England Economy will be stable with the help of India. Grewal also spoke about how overseas Indians look up to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in awe and the growing understanding and trusts between the governments of the two countries.
|NRI, London mayor
to seek Sarabjit pardon,NRI, non-resident
Indian, Mayor of London Borough of Hounslow
Darshan Grewal has said he will seek British
Prime Minister Tony Blairs intervention
for the release of Sarabjit Singh, sentenced
to death on charges of engineering bomb blasts
cop now Mayor of Hounslow: NRI (non-resident Indian)
has played Basketball against Italy, served
in Delhi Police following the Sikh riots
Darshan Grewal, former Delhi Police ASI is now
rubbing shoulders with Tony Blair as the Mayor
of Hounslow, London.
My experience was not good at all. ...More
new mayor is Cllr Darshan Grewal.
May 24, 2005
His appointment was formalized
at last night’s Borough Council meeting (24
Cllr Grewal, who is also
a councillor on the Hounslow Heath ward, joined
the council in 1988 and is a former Executive
Member (representing the regeneration portfolio).
Following the tradition of previous mayors,
Cllr Grewal has chosen two charities to represent.
He hopes to raise much-needed funds for adolescent
services on the Starlight Ward at West Middlesex
University Hospital, and for Friends of Ludhiana,
supporting The Christian Medical College and
Cllr Grewal has lived
in Hounslow since 1988. He is a graduate from
Punjab University and was an international
basketball player for the India team. He is
currently a Governor for The Heathland School
Speaking of his appointment,
Cllr Grewal said:
"I am delighted and truly
honoured to take on the role of Mayor of our
Borough. I am looking forward to a year in
which I can do my best to promote the London
Borough of Hounslow, serve our community,
and work towards a safe and harmonious Hounslow.
I also aim to dedicate my time to promoting
and raising funds for local charities.”