Nagdi who is campaigning to be elected as the area’s first police and crime commissioner have spelled out why Rutlanders should vote for him.
On Thursday 15 November 2012 for the first time ever an election is taking place to choose a Police and Crime Commissioner who will be responsible for holding the Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police Force to account on the public’s behalf.
Mr Nagdi said: “All my life experience has prepared me for this role, I have served locally as a magistrate, and most important of all, for the past 25 years I have been a committed champion of local people as a community advocate for various voluntary and community organisations. “In various capacities I have also critiqued the work of the police for over 15 years.
A Conservative party member could be expelled after agreeing to become the deputy for an independent candidate standing in the race to become Kent’s first elected police commissioner.