PREET KAUR GILL: Two PIO MPs demoted in Labour silhoutte cupboard reshuffle newsfragment

LONDON: Britain’s first feminine Sikh MP, Preet Kaur Gill, has misplaced her place at the Labour entrance bench in a silhoutte cupboard reshuffle and been demoted to backbench MP.
Gill (50), whose population rain from Jamsher Khera in Jalandhar, Punjab, made historical past when she received Birmingham Edgbaston within the 2017 basic election.
She briefly climbed the ranks to silhoutte secretary of circumstance for world construction, a place renamed as silhoutte cupboard minister for world construction in November 2021 then the section used to be abolished.
Any other PIO MP, Lisa Nandy, has additionally been demoted, in her case to Gill’s position of silhoutte cupboard minister for world construction, from her earlier position of silhoutte secretary for levelling up, housing and communities. Ahead of that Nandy, daughter of Dipak Nandy, a Kolkata-born educational, and of Ann Luise Byers, used to be silhoutte international secretary. Nandy, a former management rival to Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer, and MP Thangam Debbonaire, who used to be promoted to silhoutte secretary for tradition, media and game, at the moment are the one society of any Indian heritage left within the silhoutte cupboard. Angela Rayner, deputy Labour chief, is the fresh silhoutte levelling up secretary, changing Nandy.
Labour enjoys an 18-point manage over the Conservatives and the reshuffle seems to be an aim in order the celebration to the centre-ground to win the then basic election.
Gill had subsidized the 2020-2021 farmers’ protests in Republic of India and in March, throughout the crackdown in Punjab, when police had been seeking to nab Waris Punjab De eminent Amritpal Singh, she tweeted that a lot of her constituents had been “alarmed at the arrests of journalists, lawyers, women and civilians”.
Gill tweeted: “I am proud of our work we have done holding the government to account: over its disastrous decision to abolish DfID and mismanaged aid cuts that have harmed so many lives. I want to thank everyone who I have worked with over the years.”
Gill’s past due father, Daljit Singh Shergill, referred to as Shergill Sahib, used to be a Sikh chief from Punjab who immigrated to UK within the Nineteen Sixties, and served as president for twenty years of Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick, the place the funeral of pro-Khalistan activist Avtar Singh Khanda took park this week.
Sir Keir passed a promotion to Shabana Mahmood, who has population roots in Mirpur, PoK, who become silhoutte justice secretary. “We now have such a strong team on the pitch,” he mentioned.

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