The New Zealand People’s Party launched it Election Campaign with its President Steven Ching (pictured) calling for Party Vote from New Zealanders.
Speaking to more than 300 people mainly drawn from the Indian and Chinese communities at the Fickling Convention Centre in Three Kings, Auckland, he said, “In the coming General Election, you need to exercise only one Vote- that is your Party Vote to the New Zealand Peoples Party,” he said.
Mr Chin also said that his Party stood for equal rights and equal opportunities, meaning that all New Zealanders deserved to be on the level-playing field.
The Party has already announced its Immigration and Law and Order Policies, both of which have ingredients to please ethnic communities.
Party Leader Roshan Nauhria and General Secretary Anil Sharma also spoke after announcing the Party’s Housing Policy, a report on which will be posted shortly.
The group picture here shows (from left) Steven Ching, Dr S Ajit, Roshan Nauhria, Anil Sharma and Sree Nampally. The other picture shows Steven Chin speaking at the Launch. Those seated with Roshan Nauhria in the front row shows a section of the audience.