Queen’s Park

 

Mustafa Desai – your Labour Councillor

Mustafa Desai“I was elected to represent the Queens Park Ward at a by-election in February 2010 and since then I have

worked tirelessly and derived great satisfaction in supporting both individuals and groups across the ward.

I have gained a wide breadth of invaluable experience and skills over recent years and, I am delighted to have

been nominated to stand as the Labour candidate once again. If you help me get re-elected, I will endeavour to

continue with the same desire and passion to support the ward and its constituents. BwD needs councillors

who are willing to put local hopes and needs first. I want to involve local people , of all ages and backgrounds, in

changing our area for the better.”

2015 Election Result

Mustafa Ali Desai (Lab): 1725
Khatheja Asif (Con): 547

Turnout: 54.16%
Majority: 1178

“I was elected to represent the Queens Park Ward at a by-election in February 2010 and since then I have

worked tirelessly and derived great satisfaction in supporting both individuals and groups across the ward.

I have gained a wide breadth of invaluable experience and skills over recent years and, I am delighted to have

been nominated to stand as the Labour candidate once again. If you help me get re-elected, I will endeavour to

continue with the same desire and passion to support the ward and its constituents. BwD needs councillors

who are willing to put local hopes and needs first. I want to involve local people , of all ages and backgrounds, in

changing our area for the better.”

The 2014 election result was as follows:

Ajmal Ali (Con):  227

Salim Mulla (Lab):  1163

Turnout:  32.8%

Majority:  936

 

 

Labour’s team in Queen’s Park

faryadCllr Faryad Hussain

Faryad has been a member of Blackburn with Darwen Council for over 10 years, representing Queen’s Park ward throughout that time.

He is currently a member of the Planning and Highways Committee and is Labour Group spokesperson on Housing. Previously he has been a member of the Sustainable Neighbourhood Committee and also the Health and Social Care Committee

Telephone: 01254 667471 E-mail: faryad.hussain@blackburn.gov.uk

Cllr Mustafa Desai

Mustafa was elected onto the Council in the by-election on Thursday 4th February and is looking forward to representing local residents.  Mustafa said, “Having grown up in the Audley and the Queen’s Park area, I have a deep passion to give something back to the community. I feel I already know a lot of people and have a good understanding of the needs of the community.  I intend to take on board these challenges and make a positive contribution by teaming up with the existing Labour Councillors to give Queen’s Park an effective representation”.

Telephone: 07847 331 006

Cllr Salim Mulla

salimmullaCouncillor for Queen’s Park ward

Salim was first elected as Councillor for Queen’s Park ward in 1997. Since that time he has been actively involved in affairs across the ward, overseeing much Housing Market Renewal work both in the Mosley Street and central Queen’s Park areas. Salim is on the Committee of the Citizens Advice Bureau, is Chair of the Lancashire Council of Mosques and is a member of the Audley Community Association

Telephone: 01254 260208
E-mail: salim.mulla@blackburn.gov.uk

 

Surgeries

Councillor Salim Mulla holds regular advice surgeries at the Audley and Queen’s Park learning centre, Pringle Street, Blackburn, every Monday 10am and 11am.

 

Local Election Results Since 2001

Name/Year Party Votes Cast Elected
2001
Stephen Greenwood Labour 1117 E
Mohammed Nawaz Khan Conservative 733
Ziad Sabbah Liberal Democrat 186
2004
Faryad Hussain Labour 735 E
Dorothy Lee Conservative 605
Douglas Anthony Makin Labour 516
Salim Mulla Labour 679 E
Yusuf Sidat Independent 728 E
2006
Margaret Ruth Carus Conservative 303
Salim Ismail Mulla Labour 902 E
Imtiaz Patel Liberal Democrat 320
2008
Margaret Ruth Carus Conservative 261
Yusuf Sidat Liberal Democrat 645 E
Ashley Richard Whalley Labour 640
2010
Faraz Ali Liberal Democrat 833
Salim Mulla Labour 1511 E
2011
Faraz Ali Liberal Democrat 196
Imtiaz Ali Conservative 294
Mustafa Ali Desai Labour 1111 E
2012
Imtiaz Ali Conservative 263
Faryad Hussain Labour 1141 E