We are hosting a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination center on April 26th from 10 am to 4 pm, everyone above 18 years is welcome.
Let’s get vaccinated!!

I feel very proud to have been a part of the Kissan (farmer’s) rally in Manhattan on Saturday, April 17th.
It was initially Khalsa Saajna Diwas- Vaisakhi Rally which was dedicated to this great cause.
All the Gurudwara Sahibs and the Sangat’s were present in large numbers. A huge number of people showed up to express their support for this mass rally.

Congresswoman Carolyn B Maloney, Borough President Donovan Richards, Assembly Member Jennifer Rajkumar were also present at this occasion. All the leaders expressed their views in favor of the rally and the initiative started by the farmers in India.

I very strongly believe that whatever policies are in the pipeline or the policies that have been implemented should be beneficial to those for whom the policies are said to have been made.
We must have our fair share of participation in the decision of policymaking in order to make a better living and a safe environment for the whole community.

Sunday, April 18th.
The Sanjeev Jindal campaign along with more than 30 campaigners went to queens City Hall to show their support towards NYC Mayoral Candidate Ray McGuire.

We need to understand the system thoroughly. Our representation is very important in policy making as making and implement a policy would be baseless and useless if it does not benefit the community/ people they have been made for .

We must represent the whole community together and in order to achieve this dream, to complete this mission we must all join hands and get together collectively .
We at the campaign are trying to get in touch with each voter personally .
Sanjeev is a very highly educated and an avid community worker is the most deserving candidate who has seen it all: from the struggle of a common man, an immigrant doing menial jobs to attaining his big American dream by constructing a successful business for himself.
He is the right choice! He will work on making your dream come true!!

On March 28th
A fundraiser and meet and greet was organized by Sanjeev’s friends and family.
The event saw a large turnout of supporters mainly comprising of residents of our district.

The evening took an amazing turn when everyone present declared their support for Sanjeev Jindal For city council.
Overall the event was a big success and a decent amount of funds were raised.



As we continue to work together to end the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the best things you can do is get tested. It doesn’t matter if you are showing symptoms or not, getting tested can help us keep each other safe. The city has testing sites available at locations across Queens, which can be found below or through the city’s testing site locator. Together, we will be able to get through the pandemic and get our city back to normal.

Don’t forget to wear a mask!


Find a testing site here.


Vaccine distribution must be the top priority of 2021. It is essential that NYC distributes them quickly and equitably. We must expand NYC’s health care system, combat disparities, and improve the quality of care for all New Yorkers. It is critical that we prioritize the health of our community just as we do our families. Our city must ensure that frontline workers— doctors, nurses, hospital staff— receive the vaccine so that they are able to stay healthy. I will fight for the rights of essential workers, first responders, and healthcare workers and continue to treat the pandemic seriously, following the science and listening to experts.

The next City Council Members will have to drive recovery, and determine the next steps to ensure that we do not see a resurgence of COVID-19 while preparing for the risk of future pandemics. I’m prepared to make sure we do just that.

I understands what small business owners need because I am one myself. 

COVID-19 has been a constant, unrelenting threat to local entrepreneurs. And while the city has provided some financial relief, it is not enough to stabilize the situation. The city needs to allocate comprehensive support to help local businesses stay open. I will advocate for policies that will uplift the small business community, like commercial rent control and COVID-19 financial support, to assist the vibrant local entrepreneurs as they recover from COVID-19’s economic toll.

As local stores begin to reopen to larger capacity, we will have to work together to get people back shopping at them. By working with local BIDs and chambers of commerce, we can ensure a successful future for existing small businesses and for new entrepreneurs who hope to start their own.