Indian-American takes oath of office on Gita
Indian-American physician Dr Sudhanshu Prasad, who was re-elected on a New Jersey township council, took oath of office on Gita for his second-term.
Washington: Indian-American physician Dr Sudhanshu Prasad, who was re-elected on a New Jersey township council, took oath of office on Gita for his second-term.
An internal medicine physician and a resident of the Iselin-Edison which is dominated by Indian Americans – area in New Jersey for over 25 years, Prasad was re-elected for his second term in the November 2011 elections.
57-year-old Prasad, with his roots from Patna in Bihar, said he chose the Gita because he grew up believing in it, and it is "where my conscience is."
He said his top goal in his second-term is to ensure that municipal property taxes remain as stable as possible, especially in the current challenging economic times, and to make the township more business-friendly.
Prasad, a former chairman of the JFK Hospital Department of Medicine in Edison, in his acceptance speech said in addition to providing essential services like police
protection, fire safety and public works, he wants to be able to preserve high-quality health services for senior citizens and children in Edison.