Paul Nischal

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Paul Nischal
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Born British India
Political party Conservative Party (UK)

Paul Nischal, is the Founder President and Chief Executive of N.R.I.Club International and International Overseas Indian Club based in the UK. He joined the Conservative Party in 1965 and subsequently became the first Indian Member of British Parliament Candidate for the British Conservative Party for the 1983 and 1987 General Elections, contesting the Birmingham Small Heath Constituency.[1] His membership was especially valued for his strong influence in the Asian Business Community of Birmingham.[2] Following the 2nd consecutive UK general election defeat by the Conservative party as the party moved more towards the right of the political spectrum, Paul Nischal joined the Labour Party in 2000.[3]

Paul Nischal acted as a political aid to Rajiv Gandhi the 7th Prime Minister of India in the 1991 campaign. He continues a distinguished role for the City of Birmingham UK in Education as well as performing a role as a Foundation Governor for the Grammar School King Edward VI Five Ways.[4] He has also been heavily active over for the last 35 years for many Indian Charities supporting the educational needs of underprivileged children. He was also member of The Birmingham City Council Education Committee from 1981 to 1983

Paul Nischal is also National Chairman of Asian Peoples Welfare Society (UK) to lookafter the old and disabled people.

Special Note: Paul Nischal has re-joined the Conservative Party.

Birmingham, Small Heath[edit]

General Election 1983: Birmingham, Small Heath
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Rt. Hon. D.H. Howell 22,874 63.8 n/a
Conservative Paul Nischal 7,262 20.2 n/a
Liberal A.M. Bostock 5,722 16.0 n/a

Birmingham, Small Heath[edit]

General Election 1987: Birmingham, Small Heath
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Rt. Hon. D.H. Howell 22,787 66.3 -87
Conservative Paul Nischal 7,266 21.1 +4
Liberal J.A.M. Hemming 3,600 10.5 n/a

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ title=UK Parliamentary Results
  2. ^ [Getting Into Local Power: The Politics of Ethnic Minorities in British, By Romain Garbaye, ISBN 1-4051-2697-3]
  3. ^ title=Labour joy as Tory defects
  4. ^ title=KE FW School Governors

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