This morning Bill English admitted that the Government’s upcoming changes to the immigration law are bad for the economy. This is a vindication for the hard working New Zealand migrant community whom are constantly kicked around by politicians, the New Zealand People’s Party said today.
The New Zealand People’s Party is excited to announce our Immigration Policy. We have listened to our communities and come up with four priorities that we feel need urgent attention. While there are wider immigration debates that dominate headlines and the policy sheets of the other parties. These debates ignore the issues that face the communities, these policies ignore people.
November 5th, 2016, was far more than an average day in Mt. Roskill. At the Fickling Center in front of more than 300 people, Roshan Nauhira, flanked by his Vice-President Steven Ching, and their Party Secretary Anil Sharma, announced the launch of their NZ People's party, and the Nauhria announcement for candidacy for MP at the forthcoming Mt Roskill by-election. The evening showcased a mix of cultural performers from the electorates Samoan, Chinese and Indian communities.
The New Zealand People's Party candidate in the Mt Roskill By-election, Roshan Nauhira, wishes to spend all his salary, to provide food for school kids in the Mt Roskill.
The Party commits to focus on issues like transport and changes in law and order. “Pledging my salary does not require any political power. It's a simple thing to do and I will make sure no kid in Mt Roskill go without lunch”, says the President.
Mr Nauhria says that while many schools are providing food already there are gaps and he plans to work with local bakeries to provide healthy sandwiches and fresh fruit.
As the first New Zealand political party dedicated to immigrants our mandate is equality for all New Zealanders. But this can't be achieved when our current justice system is failing us. Our community and many people around our country don't feel safe. With minimal sentencing and increasing number of repeat offenders crime rates continue to climb.
The NZ People's Party commissioned a poll to be undertaken by SSI research to obtain information relating to attitudes an opinion towards immigration and immigrants to the city. In total 762 Aucklanders were surveyed across multiple age groups and ethnicities. The results show clearly that although there is a positive attitude towards immigrants there is much work to be done to bridge our many different cultures to increase this. Real representation New Zealand's Parliament is one way that the party believes this can change and it would seem that that is also the opinion of the People of Auckland.
Stand-over Tactics and Targeting of a Chinese-origin Restaurant Owner in Mt Roskill, and his plea to local Police.
The iconic Domination Road Restaurant area of Mount Roskill is a haven for international foods, and is often referred to as “The United Nations of Restaurants”. For at least one restaurateur however, there is nothing just or equal about his experiences trying to go about his daily work. William Zhao bought his family here two years ago, and became embroilded in a living nightmare he cannot escape.
The Establishment of the NZ People's Party, led by Roshan Nauhira, will be of great benefit to Asian migrants who are living and working in New Zealand.
The new party, which is focused on Asian ethnic groups including Chinese and Indian, aims to strengthen public security, combat crime and fight for equal rights for all people, and eliminate discrimination against migrants – this is its founding purpose and philosophy and also the political program put forward based on the social reality of New Zealand. The aim fully reflects the urgent aspirations and strong voices of all the people, including the Asian people.
The Early Years
Roshan Nauhira was born in a middle class family in India. He graduated in engineering from BITS Pilani, a premier engineering university in India. He came to New Zealand in 1974 as a design engineer with Cutler Hammer with only $10 to his name. He now runs a reinforcing steel and precast concrete business employing more than 200 people from more than 10 different cultures with an annual turnover of around NZD 40 million. He has achieved this through sustained hard work and entrepreneurial spirit embedded in business ethics and morality.