The election is approaching. Candidates and supporters in the last-minute election campaign for the New York State Assembly election on June 23. Bangladeshi youth Joy Chowdhury is spending his busy time in the last minute election campaign in the New York State Assembly election in the United States. Joy Chowdhury is the first among the Assembly candidates in the ballot. Fighting for the center of the Bangladeshi community in the Jackson Heights, Woodside, East Elmhurst area (District-34), the young man has already received a response from the Bengali community.
Not only Bangladeshis but also intellectuals, thinkers and fair demands have been given to everyone. That is why the leaders of Bangladeshi, Indian, Nepali, Tibetan, Pakistani and Chinese communities have formed an alliance and come to the field in favor of Joy Chowdhury. Volunteer Bangladeshi and South Asian community leaders are working in each block by forming their own team based on area.
Asked about Joy Chowdhury’s election field, Shafiqul Islam, a Bangladeshi, said more than half of the Asian community lives in the Jackson Heights constituency, the heartland of Bangladeshis in New York. There are about 3 thousand Bangladeshi voters alone. In this assembly district of about 12,000 Asian communities, 4 candidates from Shetang and Hispanic communities are contesting against Joy Chowdhury. Therefore, as the only candidate of the Asian community, Joy Chowdhury is more likely to win.
Joy Chowdhury, on the other hand, has already been endorsed by the endorsement group of pro-Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, the mainstream US, the largest regional organization in all Asian countries, including Bangladeshis living in New York. Not only that, some organizations from the Shetang and Hispanic communities have also supported Assembly candidate Joy Chowdhury.
Joy Chowdhury, convener of the South Asian American Voters Association (SAAVA), was the elected treasurer of the Young Democrats, the largest political party in the United States. He is also a two-time elected president of the LaGuardia College Student Association in New York. He led a large student movement in New York demanding a reduction in student semester salaries. Incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo accepted the students’ demands in this movement.
Joy Chowdhury, a young Bangladeshi leader, has made a written demand for unemployment benefits on behalf of several lakh cab drivers in New York in the wake of the Coronavirus disaster. Joy Chowdhury Corona, a proud member of the US military, ignored the fear and delivered food and medicine to hundreds of families in the community.
He was arrested just a few months ago in a protest demanding a pay rise for workers at New York’s JFK Airport. Joy Chowdhury’s arrest was broadcast live by mainstream news channels in the United States. If Joy Chowdhury wins, Bangladesh will win. Everyone in the South Asian community, including Bangladeshis, is working on Joy Chowdhury’s campaign with this slogan. The Bangladeshi will represent Mini Bangladesh in New York at the famous Jackson Heights. To this end, the activist supporters of Assembly candidate Joy Chowdhury are knocking on the doors of the voters.
Note that in 2015, Joy Chowdhury became the President of the Student Parliament of Lagarde College and led the student movement against the Governor of New York. Hillary then worked with Clinton’s campaign headquarters to lead a group of students for Hillary. He was later elected treasurer of the largest Young Democrat branch in North America. Besides, he continued to organize the South Asians for their rights. He is currently serving as an ammunition specialist in the U.S. Army. This ever-smiling benevolent man has taken the place of the human heart in his own deeds.