Prince Gopal Lakshman

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Prince Gopal Lakshman, Fiji ke ek Hindustani politician rahaa. Uu 1999 se 2006 talak uu Fiji ke House of Representatives ke member rahaa. Uu Fiji Labour Party (FLP) ke ticket pe Viti Levu South Kadavu Indian Communal Constituency se 1999 ke election aur 2001 ke election se chuna gais rahaa.

19 May 2000 ke, Lakshman, Mahendra Chaudhry ke People's Coalition Government ke uu 43 member me se ek rahaa jiske George Speight aur uske rebel soldier logan hostage le liin rahaa. Uske 12 July 2000 ke chhorraa gais rahaa. [1]

Uske bhaiya ke larka Chaitanya Lakshman uske succeed kais rahaa.

Personal life[badlo | source ke badlo]

Lakshman, B. D. Lakshman, jon ki 1940 se 1944 aur 1959 se 1963 talak Legislative Council ke member rahaa, ke larkaa hae. Uske dui larrkan hae.



References[badlo | source ke badlo]

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


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