New Delhi, 9th Oct 2018: Jason Clare, Australian MP & Shadow Minister for Trade & Investment from Blaxland, Western suburbs of Sydney today committed Australian Labour Party support for India’s entry in reformed UN Security Council. His constituency is the birth place of two famous Australians Paul Keating and Steve Waugh, one was Prime Minister & other Captain of the Australian cricket team.
Australian Labor leader Jason Clare in his speech stated that 1 in 50 Australians were born in India. There are 30 million Indians living outside of India. Australia is today home to large & growing population of Indian – Australians. While Indian diaspora in Australia has boomed over the last few years but the same has not happened with trade stated Mr. Jason Clare. Today Australia’s two way trade with India is the same as it is with New Zealand, a country of 4.5 million i.e. about a quarter of population of Delhi. Nearly 19,000 Australian companies export to New Zealand while only 2000 export to India. There is a big scope for bilateral trade between India & Australia stated Mr. Clare.
In a written text of his speech read at a public program organized by Indian think tank “Delhi Study Group” led by President Vijay Jolly, famous Australian accomplished Labor Party young leader Ms. Aisha Amjad announced Australian Labor party support for India at UNSC. This was greeted with thundering applause & cheers. Mayor of South Delhi Narendra Chawla attended as Chief Guest. Transport Workers Union of NSW, Sydney Project Manager Harish Velji also attended. Mr. Jason missed his flight to India but his speech was read by Aisha Amjad at the program.
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