Nusrat Munir Ul-Ghani is a British Conservative Party politician who has been Member of Parliament know all about her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Nationality.
|Real Name||Nusrat Ghani|
|Date of Birth
( Birthday )
|1 September 1972|
|Age ( As per 2022 )||49 years|
|Place of Birth||Azad Jammu and Kashmir|
|Spouse / Partner||David Wheeldon|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Siblings||Name not Known|
|Education||University of Leeds, Birmingham City University|
|Profession||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Nusrat Munir Ul-Ghani is a British Conservative Party politician who has been Member of Parliament (MP) for Wealden in East Sussex since 2015.She was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Transport and Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury.
Nusrat Ghani Family and Parents
Nusrat Ghani Husband and Children
Nusrat Ghani is happily married with husband David Wheeldon. They tied the knot in 2002.The Couple have two children together.
Nusrat Ghani Net Worth
Nusrat Ghani has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million.Her primary source of income is her political career.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||Nusrat Ghani|
|Income Source||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Annual Income / Salary||Under Review|
Nusrat Ghani Career
Following the announcement of sitting MP Charles Hendry’s retirement at the next election, Ghani was selected in December 2013 at an open primary in which anyone on the electoral register in Wealden could attend and vote.The primary attracted nearly 400 residents. In the 2015 general election Ghani became the first female MP to hold the seat, being elected with a majority of 22,967.In the 2017 general election Ghani won 61.2% of the votes, increasing her majority to 23,628.
In July 2015, she was appointed as a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee and served until 2017.In 2016, Ghani worked with Barnardo’s, the UK’s oldest children’s charity, to undertake an independent inquiry into harmful child sexual behaviour.
In July 2017, Ghani was promoted to Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Home Office.Ghani was involved in producing reports on home affairs, security, hate crime, policing and immigration. In 2017, Ghani chaired the Government’s Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network. She is a supporter of Brexit and described Sir John Sawers, the ex-MI6 chief, as providing only “gloom and doom” about Brexit.
During the 2020 British cabinet reshuffle, Ghani was dismissed from government and replaced by Kelly Tolhurst in the Department for Transport. She had earlier been discussed as a contender to oversee the High Speed 2 rail line construction.
2022, Ghani said she was dismissed as a transport minister in 2020 because she was a Muslim. She said that a government whip had told her that, in the Downing Street meeting that decided her removal, her Muslimness was raised as an issue. The Conservative Chief whip, Mark Spencer, came forward as the person who spoke to Ghani and said the allegations were untrue. The Justice Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said the allegations were serious and called on Ghani to make a formal complaint in order to allow an investigation to take place.