UK Elections 2017: United Kingdom elected its First Sikh Female MP which is results of the June mid-term elections showed on Friday. Preet Kaur Gill defeated ruling Conservative Party Candidate Caroline Squire won the Edgbaston seat as a Labour Party candidate according to the reports. Preet Kaur Gill a councillor from sand well and she will be the first Sikh woman in the United Kingdom UK house of commons. Preet Kaur Gill was chosen to replace Stuart by the Labor National Executive Committee’s (NEC) talk with board on April 28.
“I am delighted I have been given the chance to wind up plainly the following MP for Edgbaston where I was brought up. I need to draw in with the general population of Edgbaston and with hard work, enthusiasm and assurance I think we can accomplish awesome things together,” she had said at that point, as per PTI.
Preet kaur Gill has filled in as a board individual from the Sikh Network, which she accepts has furnished her with a one of a kind stage and opportunity over the most recent two years to raise her political profile.
Preet kaur Gill is required to concentrate on issues identified with the Sikh community , the fourth biggest faith group in the United Kingdom. The Sikh Federation (the UK) was among her most noticeable benefactors.The United Kingdom went to surveys on June 8 after Prime Minister Theresa May unexpectedly called snap elections seven weeks back to expand the slim majority she had acquired from ancestor David Cameron.
Early signs on Friday said the move may have exploded backward, with her Conservative gathering on track to lose its dominant part.