Naval Bajaj: Wins the Nomination Election and Pledges to be The Voice of Brampton East

Naval Bajaj, a candidate for the Brampton East Riding on behalf of the Conservative Party won the nomination on Saturday July 18th 2015, held at Grand Embassy in Brampton. Naval Bajaj is now the official Candidate for Conservative Party in the upcoming federal election to be held October 19th 2015.

Naval Bajaj, Master of Engineering, Business Administration, Bachelors of Law, is a professional and successful entrepreneur, a dynamic social mover and shaker, past President of Indo Canada chamber of Commerce, former treasurer of Panorama India, former VP of RANA Canada and founding director of Canada India Friendship group. A recipient of numerous awards including the RBC Top 25 immigrant award, the Midweek South Asian power list, the Midweek South Asian Professional, the KC Group community service award and also a recipient of Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Naval Bajaj after winning the nomination, addressed and thanked a large group of supporters present at Grand Embassy. He also expressed his gratitude to Minister Kellie Leitch for her presence and also thanked Avninder Singh for putting his name on the ballot paper for the nomination election and running a great campaign. He also sought his support in the upcoming elections. Naval also added that this victory would not have been possible without the support of his family, friends, his family, supporters and volunteers for all their hard work and dedication during his nomination,  and said he is overwhelmed with the tremendous support he has received from the community, and showed his gratitude for putting their faith and trust in him. He is looking forward to serving every one as Conservative Party candidate from the riding of Brampton East. Mr. Bajaj also thanked the EDA, and the party officials for a smooth nomination process.

Mr. Bajaj also said while this success brings in joy for all of us, it also put a heavy responsibility on each one of us. Our challenge is tougher and hence the need for all of us to work hard is very important and is the only solution to all of our challenges. He pledged not to leave any stone unturned and to ensure the win for the upcoming election with huge margin. Mr. Bajaj will also take every step possible to ensure we achieve our desired goal and to  achieve this, we shall all have to unite to remain one strong team and work towards the benefit of each individual.

He applauded the able leadership of our Prime Minister Rt. Hon Stephen Harper, under his able leadership we are poised toward a balanced budget in 2015. Canada posted a surplus of $3.9 billion for April and May 2015. The Conservative Party has also promised a better business environment, more free trade agreements , more international trade, more focus on the safety of communities and to support families which includes the Universal Child Care Benefit rollout, which will benefit four million Canadian families, our Conservative Government is putting money back in the pockets of every single Canadian family with children by increasing and expanding the Universal Child Care Benefit to nearly $2,000 per year for every child under 6, and $720 per year for every child between 6 and 17.

Mr. Bajaj also said we all need to work on building a strong team which works hard towards it’s goal to win the Federal Election, and contribute in strengthening the Conservative Party in achieving goals such as Long term Economic Prosperity and Job Growth, Support Families and a Safer Community.

Naval Bajaj had commenced his campaign on December 14, 2014 when he announced his nomination as a candidate for the Conservative Party, in the presence of minister, Jason Kenney and other dignitaries.

Since the past seven months, Naval Bajaj has enormously contributed to reach out to the people in his riding. To achieve his prime goal of community service, he has been performing numerous services, including mobilizing of the youth and women volunteers.

Moreover, he has gone out to visit the people in his constituency in order to know their issues, and interpret their desires.

Naval Bajaj had personally initiated the act of door knocking. Throughout the past eight months, he has received the spontaneous support of his family, friends, volunteers, and several community leaders.

Currently, Naval Bajaj is preparing for the federal elections, and looks forward for being the voice of Brampton East.