Gurkha Justice Campaign – The Man Behind It

WOW. I cannot believe I just watched all of this video; it is 1 HOUR 6 MINUTES long. But, it was worth it. Gurkha Justice was a highly successful campaign which most of you probably have heard of. The aim of the campaign was to give Gurkha’s the right to live and work in the UK, basically to get citizenship here. Now to make it even more crispy clear to you; the retired Gurkhas before 1997 weren’t able to live and work here whilst those that retired after 1997 were. Post the campaign we can now see a lot of Nepali grandma and grandpa’s in the UK (being very stereotypical there hai). 

Peter Carroll was one of the most prominent figures who led this campaign and recently conducted an interview with the ex-councillor from Folkestone. Peter who says that Gurkha’s are like brothers to him sends message to Gurkha Organizations to work together, to be close if not unite. So yes various janajati, gaule, profession wallah samaj haru; please be close… work together. After all we are humans at the end of the day, its not about our caste, our profession, or what rank we held during service. He is still very committed to doing more for Gurkha’s and an interesting cause which he is part of is SAVE THE TIGER, RawRRRR – this once again helps Nepal too due to our dwindling tiger population. I’ve been to Chitwan three times already and not once have I spotted the endangered Bengal Tiger, this Summer we’re heading to somewhere even more wild – BARDIA! in search of the tiger. Cutting out my jibber jabber, this 1HOUR6MINUTES was completely worthy and I want to thank Peter Carroll for all the hard work he put in for the campaign. 
All the best to your future endeavors sir,
Lex Limbu
Lex Limbu is a non-resident Nepali blogger based in the UK. YouTube videos is where he started initially followed by blogging. Join him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.

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  1. not to forget please buy his book AYO GORKHALI (maybe) to experience “behind the scenes” throughout his journey!!

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