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April 03, 2018
Barnet council promotes multiculturalism
A well known Gurkha community leader, with ties to the Sri Lankan community has been selected for the Hale ward in Barnet.

Barnet Conservative council, with its keen eye on the multicultural population of the Borough, has chosen Lachhya Gurung, a former Gurkha, a popular and active member of the Barnet community to be a councillor for the Hale ward.

Lachhya has proven himself to be hard working, caring and committed community leader with a strong belief in community cohesion and integration.

In recognition of his exemplary service to the British Crown he was awarded with the Long service and good conduct medal in 1995 and in 2012 the Barnet Civic award. Lachhya is married with three grown up children.


Although he is a resident of Burnt Oak, his willingness to help extends to all and sundry, living in all areas in Barnet.

He is a friend of Rev. Sumana and Rev. Tissa who are resident monks at the International Buddhist centre in Kingsbury.

Lachhya, Prospective Conservative Councillor for Hale
A visit to the Kingsbury temple with Dr. Matthew offered M.P. for Barnet
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