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Priyanka Radhakrishnan attended school in Singapore before coming to New Zealand. She is originally from Kerala.
Jesinda Ardern, who became the Prime Minister of New Zealand for the second time, has added 5 new faces to her cabinet on Monday. Jesinda has also included India-born Priyanka Radhakrishnan (41) in her cabinet. Jasinda said that I am excited to add some new talent to the cabinet. These will present the picture of the New Zealand who elected us on 17 October.
Jesinda's Labor Party won the elections two weeks ago. For the first time in New Zealand's history, a party has won such a big victory.
Priyanka raised the voice of women victims of domestic violence
On inclusion in the New Zealand government, Priyanka wrote on social media – Today is a special day. Thank you to those who congratulate me. I am full of expectations about my new responsibility. Priyanka attended school in Singapore before coming to New Zealand. She is originally from Kerala.
Priyanka has been raising her voice for domestic violence victims and migrant laborers. She became MP for the first time in 2017 on behalf of the Labor Party and in 2019 was made the Parliamentary Private Secretary of the Ministry of Ethnic Communities.
Based on the work he did on this profile, he has been made the Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and Ethnic Communities Department. Priyanka currently lives in Auckland with her husband.
Talent in the new cabinet and filled with diversity – Jasinda
Jasinda Ardern said about the cabinet- With this team I will show the strength of the people. This new cabinet has not only been prepared on the basis of merit, but it is also very diverse. Right now our focus is on economic recovery and if ministers do not perform then they will be shown the door. The new ministers will be sworn in on Friday and after that the first cabinet meeting will take place.