…and launch of Little India Harris Park Business Association Inc
On Sunday, 28 April, Sanjay Deshwal celebrated his 25th year of dedicated service to students, migrants and visa seekers who arrived into Australia with the launch of Little India Harris Park Business Association Inc (LIHPBA).
LIHPBA, an initiative of Deshwal and Nitin Setia, owner of Ginger Indian restaurant, along with Kamaldeep from Punjabi Fusion, Ahmed from Pathan Supermarket, Duggal from Longman studio, Ashish from Indian bazar, Resham from Haveli Restaurant, Rakesh from Indian Entertainment Centre, and many distinguished business owners, aims to promote Harris Park as the Little India of Sydney and in the process strengthen solidarity and team spirit of Australian Indian businesses.
Guests at the launch included AVMS customers, community leaders and well-wishers of AVMS. Hon Dr Geoffery Lee—Member for Parramatta and Minister for Skills Development; Hon Ms Julia FINN MP, Member for Granville and Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly; Clr Moninder Singh, Councillor for Blacktown; and Clr Susai Benjamin, Blacktown council were also present, while Clr Suman Saha and MP Jodie Mackay sent their wishes.
Mona Grover welcomed the guests, while Deshwal, thanked customers for their support over the years. He thanked Julia Finn and Dr Geoff Lee for taking time to attend this function celebrating a major milestone in the AVMCS journey.
Dr Lee addressed the Sunday gathering and spoke highly of the contribution made by the Indian migrant community in Australia and the efforts made by companies such as AVMCS in playing a key role in assisting by providing support to secure the much needed visas to arrive into Australia.