The main parties are running their campaign tirelessly for the 7th May election and political parties are mainly concentrating their campaign on Housing, Education, Health and employment. In the run up of Conservative Party campaign in Barking, a series of meetings were held for its candidate Mina Rahman. These campaign meetings were held in Barking Station, Barking Market, Long Bridge Road and in few other places.
Leaders and activists who took part in these campaign meetings included Greater London Assembly Member Andrew Boff, Conservative Leader Shahgit Bhakht Faruq, Richard Semitogo, Syed Hossain Ahmed, Unique Champa, Bat Eng, Maureen Ashley, Bent Kane, Bili, Cllr Morshed Ahmed, Ilias Sharif, Abdul Hamid, Dulon Chowdhury, Saiful Chowdhury, Goyasur Rahman Goyas, Abdul Majid, Atique Rahman, Goyas Miah, Abdus Shahid, Najrul Islam, Najman Khatun and others. The speakers urged the local people to cast their votes in favour of Mina Rahman
In their speech, the speakers said that there is no alternative of Conservative Party to safeguard Housing and Health Services.
The conservative candidate for Barking, Mina Rahman said that unemployment is lower now than any other recent government. As a result of Conservative’s long term planning, Britain has come out from the recession and leading the world. She also emphasised that there is no alternative of Conservative Party to secure the development of deprived Barking.