Councillor for Whitegates
Hari has lived in Earley for more than 13 years with his family. He works in the financial industry in London and has young daughter who attends a local secondary school.
He is a firm believer in local solutions for the local community. He believes that the constituents in Hillside are better served by a strong opposition voice in the council than yet another Conservative councillor. Even though he is standing as a Labour candidate, he promises to put residents’ views ahead of the party view in the council.
Some of the issues he particularly keen to highlight and is passionate about are strong action from the council on climate change and better funded public services.
As the country recovers from the terrible pandemic, a vote for your Labour candidate will be a strong message to the government that we don’t want to go through more years of austerity and another round of public funding cuts.
Hari will work hard for Whitegates for the next four years representing residents. A strong and genuine voice in the council for the ward he lives in – that is what Hari promises the residents of Whitegates.