Udit Narayan

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Udit Narayan
Janam 1960
Citizanship Fiji Citizen
Jaati Hindustani
Citizen Fiji Citizen
Kaam Kisan, Mill worker
Home town Lautoka
Jaana jaawe hae Fiji ke House of Representatives ke member: 2001 - 2006
Lautoka City Councillor
NFU Lautoka Branch
Dharam Hindu

Udit Narayan (janam: 1960), Fiji ke ek Hindustani politician hae, jon ki Fiji Labour Party ke supporter hae.

2001 ke election me uu Lautoka Rural Indian Communal Constituency se 71% vote le ke, Fiji ke House of Representatives. 2003 me Narayan ke, 13 aur FLP politician ke saathe, Laisenia Qarase cabinet position offer karis lekin FLP ii offer ke nai liis.[1]

2006 ke election me uu wahii seat ke 77 percent vote se jiitis rahaa. Following this victory, he was appointed Minister for Primary and Preventive Health Services, one of nine FLP Ministers in the multi-party Cabinet that was formed. Narayan, together with three other FLP cabinet members, voted against the 2007 budget and was asked to resign by the then Prime Minister, Laisenia Qarase.[2]

Narayan is a former Fiji Sugar Corporation traffic supervisor.[3]

Narayan ek Kisan, Trade Unionist aur community worker hae. Uu Lautoka City ke Councillor rahaa aur National Farmers Union ke Lautoka branch ke Secretary hae. 2014 ke election me uu FLP ke ek candidate hae.



References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. PM announces 14 FLP Ministers
  2. "FIJI PRIME MINISTER SETS DEADLINE FOR CABINET RESIGNATIONS".
  3. "FLP names first lot of candidates".
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