[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]NSW went to polls in New South Wales state on 28 March 2015. Coalition leader Mike Baird led his Liberal party to a comfortable win and a second term in the office, whereas Luke Foley led Labor party a considerable gain from 20 seats in Parliament to 34 seats providing a formidable opposition.
Subcontinent Friends of Labor team has contributed significantly during the entire period of election campaign. Dr Moninder Singh led the team of subcontinent members of Labor party making difference in the marginal and hotly contested seats in Western Sydney.
Subcontinent team members actively participated and supported the Labor campaign in Blacktown, Strathfield, Auburn, Granville, Prospect, Seven Hills, Penrith, Riverstone, Campbelltown, Parramatta, Fairfield, Kograh, Marubra and many other electorates across NSW.
The team is proud to represent the candidates and support the ‘New Approach’ message to the public. The elections were fought on the policies and local issues in the electorates. The policies of the Liberal government to sell ‘poles and wires’ of the state was countered with media campaigns across the state by Labor and unions.
Labor in its policy wished to keep the electricity network that provides $1.7 billion every year and pays for our schools, hospitals and other services.
Labor also opposed the cuts to government services, hospitals, TAFE and many other essential services to the communities.
Luke Foley would lead his team as the opposition leader in NSW parliament. In his message post polling results to the communities is to provide the leadership and formidable opposition to the Liberal government.
He would review all the policies and fine tune in coming days with his elected team of shadow ministry.
In turn, Premier Mike Baird says the people of NSW have delivered his party has a mandate by returning the coalition to power for another four years, ensuring the government will push ahead with its bold power privatisation plans.