Muthu Swamy

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Muthu Swamy, Fiji ke ek Hindustani politician rahaa. 1999 ke election me uu Fiji Labour Party ke ticket pe Labasa Indian Communal Constituency ke jiit ke Fiji ke House of Representatives ke member banaa.

19 May 2000 ke Swamu uu 43 People's Coalition Government ke member me se ek rahaa jiske George Speight aur uske RFMF ke rebel soldeir logan hostage le liin rahaa. Uske 13 July 2000 ke 56 din ke captivity ke baad rihaa karaa gais rahaa.[1]

Swamy pahila dafe Fiji ke House of Representatives me 1998 me ek by-election me chuna gais rahaa.

Uske khaas haanth 1998 aur 2001 me National Farmers Union ke Sugar Cane Growers Council elections me jiit me rahaa.

Uske maut 13 May 2001 ke Ba me Fiji Labour Party ke National Council meeting me hissa le ke baad bhais rahaa.



References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. Fiji Labour Party - Activities Report: 1999-2000


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