Candidate statement: Ameet Jogia

The Conservative candidate for Hendon

Ameet Jogia the Conservative parliamentary candidate for the Hendon constituency
Ameet Jogia, Conservative candidate for Hendon

My name is Ameet Jogia, and I am your Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Hendon.

I was born in Hendon and have lived around the area my whole life. I would be honoured to be able to give back to the area that has given so much to me. I am a strong local candidate, having been a local councillor for over ten years and a school governor in the area.

I want to work hard for Hendon and have not been afraid to stand up to support residents where it matters. I am the only candidate to oppose the Broadwalk Development, the Hendon Hub and the plans to build a McDonalds on Mill Hill Broadway because they are not in keeping with our area.

I have worked to secure replacement bus services in Colindale, and I have also made it my mission to reduce crime in our area, especially since the recent fatalities in Burnt Oak.

I have also worked hard to support all of Hendon’s diverse communities, especially in combatting the rise in antisemitism and anti-Muslim hatred.

I have a proven track record of delivering and I am committed to representing residents. If elected, I am confident I will provide a strong voice for Hendon in parliament.

Statements from the other seven candidates: Gabrielle Bailey – Green Party, Clareine Enderby – Liberal Democrats, Jane Gibson – Social Democratic Party, Imtiaz Palekar – Workers Party, Joshua Pearl – Reform UK, David Pinto-Dushchinsky – Labour, Ben Rend – Rejoin EU

Note: Barnet Post approached all candidates for the borough’s seats and offered them the opportunity to make a 250-word statement. The purpose of these statements is to give voters the clearest possible understanding of the perspectives of people who are asking for their support. In doing this, we acknowledge that some views expressed my cause offence and distress and apologise if this is the case.

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