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Indians are elected mps in new zealand

Written By Nila on Monday, September 22, 2014 | 1:30 AM

New Zealand's ruling National Party returned to power in the general election is retained. Overall, about 49 percent of the vote, with three quarters of the votes counted, the ruling party won the vote.

The party won 61 seats ranked rule. 59 liked the scene in 2011. Prime Minister John Key will now be getting an additional two seats for the second time Prime minister .

 

In this election, the Indian-origin M.P been selected by Mahesh Bindra and Barmjeeth Farmer.

 

Female MPs Barmjeeth former ruling National Party has made ​​on behalf of the candidate. Mahesh Bindra won the country's first elected to the party's behalf.

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