Sudhir Choudhrie Set to be a Valuable Asset to Lib Dems

Liberal Democrats’ leader Tim Farron has earned laurels in his span thus far especially because of the way he brings new ideas to the table which aim to help the party grow. His decision to culturally diversify the party has been very well received.

The appointment of Indian-born businessman Sudhir Choudhrie as adviser to India was one important move. Choudhrie will not only make it easier for the party to understand UK-Indians’ needs and concerns better, his business expertise and political counsel will also aid the party to find out the scope of improvement in Britain’s business and foreign relationship with India.

Farron applauded Choudhrie’s committed support for Lib Dems: “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships. Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.” Further, he has also promised an India visit this year.

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Choudhrie shared why he has been supporting Liberal Democrats and showed respect for their idealogies, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farrons decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK.’’

Farron stated that the party needs to be closer to all the people they’re going to serve and hence Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities will also be at the centre of the cultural diversification planned.

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Sudhir Choudhrie Set to be a Valuable Asset to Lib Dems

Sudhir Choudhrie Joins Lib Dems to Support UK-Indian Common Growth Agenda

Liberal Democrats’ new leader Tim Farron has brought a fresh outlook to the party, putting cultural diversification at the top. He has promised to be more aware of the needs and concerns of UK-Indian as well as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.

To be better equipped to reach out to the former, the party has appointed Indian-born businessman Sudhir Choudhrie as adviser on India. With business experience in both countries, Choudhrie will be able to aid the party help Britain’s foreign and business relationships with India.

Sudhir Choudhrie

Farron expressed delight on having Choudhrie on board: “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.” Farron also committed to visiting India this year.

Choudhrie readily accepted the role and revealed his long-standing respect for Lib Dems, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds’ millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds’ third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farrons decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK.’’

Sudhir Choudhrie Joins Lib Dems to Support UK-Indian Common Growth Agenda

Sudhir Choudhrie to be an Adviser as Lib Dems aim For Cultural Diversification

Tim Farron is a dynamic thinker and he’s utilised that effectively in his current stint as the leader of Liberal Democrats. Bringing new ideas and strategies to the table, Farron has announced that cultural diversification will be a new priority for the party going forward.

To begin with, Farron has appointed Indian-born businessman Sudhir Choudhrie as party adviser on India, in order to better grasp the UK-Indian community’s needs and concerns.

Choudhrie has a vast business network and years of priceless experience that can help the party in mapping out the scope of improvement in Britain’s foreign and business relationships with India.

Farron acknowledged the contributions of the UK-Indians to the nation by saying: “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.” Further, he has also showed his interest in coming to India this year.

Sudhir Choudhrie

Choudhrie also established the importance of UK-India collaboration, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farrons decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK.’’

Farron stated that the party needs to be closer to all the people they’re going to serve and hence Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities are also going to be a part of the cultural diversification bid.

Sudhir Choudhrie to be an Adviser as Lib Dems aim For Cultural Diversification

Sudhir Choudhrie to Guide Lib Dems in Strengthening Relationship with UK-Indians

A nation is its people; as the population diversifies, a nation grows. Political parties have to be aware of that and spread their concerns across all the budding cultures of their country.

Liberal Democrats, under their new leader Tim Farron, are out to achieve just that. To get closer to the UK-Indian community, which has grown into a vital part of the UK, Farron has appointed Indian-born businessman Sudhir Choudhrie as Adviser to India.

Not only would Choudhrie be able to better traverse UK-Indians’ needs and concerns better, his invaluable business experience and unparalleled network would be a boon to Lib Dems who seek to improve Britain’s business and foreign relationship with India.

Sudhir Choudhrie

Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities also form a key part of the UK’s future and Farron has promised to cater to their needs and concerns as well.

Farron said Lib Dems will do whatever it takes to strengthen ties between UK and India: “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships. Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.” He announced that he will visit India in 2016.

Choudhrie readily accepted the responsibility stating: “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farron’s decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK.”

Sudhir Choudhrie to Guide Lib Dems in Strengthening Relationship with UK-Indians

Lib Dems Put Cultural Diversification as Top Priority; Sudhir Choudhrie Appointed as Indian Adviser

A party grows in the right direction if it is led by a visionary, and Liberal Democrats’ leader Tim Farron is nothing short of that. Bringing fresh perspective to the table, Farron has put cultural diversification of the party on top on the to-do list.

As a first step in the new direction of the party, Indian-born businessman Sudhir Choudhrie was appointed as the Indian adviser to strengthen relations with UK-Indians.

Through his years of business experience, Choudhrie would advise the party on how to improve Britain’s business and foreign relationship with India. Through Choudhrie, the British-Indian community will also be able to voice their needs and concerns better.

Farron will however spread the diversification drive across to the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities as well, because he believes it’s his responsibility to be aware of the needs and concerns of the people his party will serve.

Sudhir Choudhrie

 

Stressing the importance of the British-Indian community’s contribution to UK, Farron said: “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships. Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.”, further stating that he will visit India in 2016.

Choudhrie revealed his long standing admiration of Lib Dems, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farron’s decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK.”

Lib Dems Put Cultural Diversification as Top Priority; Sudhir Choudhrie Appointed as Indian Adviser

Lib Dems to Get Valuable Political Counsel From Sudhir Choudhrie

Tim Farron, a British politician and leader of the Liberal Democrats, has appointed Indian-born entrepreneur Sudhir Choudhrie as his advisor on India.

Appreciating Sudhir Choudhrie’s networking competence, Farron commented, “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.”

Sudhir Choudhrie

His role as an advisor will entail helping the party strengthen its relationship with the British-Indian community as well as coming up with ideas to improve Britain’s business and foreign relationships with India. In addition to this, he will also act as the medium to communicate UK-Indian’s needs and concerns to Farron.

According to Farron, however, the party will also take initiatives to reach out to the Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities in order to better understand the people it will be serving.

Expressing his happiness over appointment, Choudhrie said, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the worlds millennials, is slated to emerge as the worlds third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farrons decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modis visit to the UK.”

Farron also has plans of visiting India in 2016.

Lib Dems to Get Valuable Political Counsel From Sudhir Choudhrie

Tim Farron Names Sudhir Choudhrie as Indian Adviser

Tim Farron, recently elected leader of the Lib Dems, has revealed that cultural diversity will be the top priority of his party. He made the first step towards this notion by appointing Indian businessman tycoon Sudhir Choudhrie as his Adviser on India.

He believes no other candidate could be better for this job than Choudhrie as he has close ties in both the countries and this will help the party to strengthen relationships with the British-Indian community. Choudhrie has good understanding of the needs and concerns of the UK-Indians and can aid Farron in getting closer to the community. He can also help in improving Britain’s business relationships with India.

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On being chosen for this duty, Choudhrie said, “I have long believed that the Liberal Democrats best embody the internationalist and pro-enterprise values that characterise the British-Indian community. India, with its ever vibrant and expanding consumer market of over 1.2 billion people, and home to more than a quarter of the world’s millennials, is slated to emerge as the world’s third largest economy by 2030, which makes the country extremely attractive. It is critical that both India and UK collaborate on a common agenda of growth and I am honoured by Tim Farrons decision to ask me to fulfil this role, especially coinciding with Prime Minister Modis visit to the UK.”

Here’s what Tim Farron said about Choudhrie, “India is a key strategic partner for the United Kingdom and the British-Indian community contributes so much to our country. I am determined that the Liberal Democrats do all we can to maximise the economic, cultural and social benefit of these relationships Sudhir has been a committed supporter of the Liberal Democrats for many years and I look forward to being able to draw on his vast business experience, unparalleled network in both the UK and India, and wise political counsel.”

In an attempt to increase the diversity of the party, Tim Farron said that the party should stress on getting closer to the Black, Asian, and Minority ethnic (BAME) communities, in order to serve them the best.

He also expressed his desire of visiting India this year.

Tim Farron Names Sudhir Choudhrie as Indian Adviser