One to One: Vishal Baria

Keith Vaz Tuesday 20th July 2021 08:23 EDT

Vishal Baria was born in 1989.  He has finished his studies in India in science and technology. After that, he joined the merchant navy from 2007 to 2015 after that he had joined the BJP party in India. He likes helping people with their problems. He came to the UK from Daman and Diu in November 2017. He started his small business helping and supporting the Diu and Daman community in Leicester.


1) Which place or city or country do you most feel at home in? 

I am from india and I have got most of my family and my work in the UK so I feel my home is in the UK.

2) What are your proudest achievements? 

My achievement is to set my business, my work and just go ahead with it.

3) What inspires you?

My work inspires me most because of work I am punctual in my life.

4) What has been the biggest obstacle in your career? 

The biggest obstacle in my career was that I could not finish my studies on time. 

5) Who has been the biggest influence on your career to date?

My family is the biggest influence in my career. I was most influenced by my wife she supported me most and she forced me to archive my goal which she knows I can do it and I have done it.

6) What is the best aspect of your current role?

The best aspect of my current role is that I am my own boss. When I am asked to do anything for my clients, I want it to be done quickly. 

7) And the worst? 

The worst aspect of my current role is someone misbehaves with me then I am in a bad mood.

8) What are your long term goals? 

My long term goal is to take buy business to a higher level and to help more and more people in their life.

9) If you were Prime Minister, what one aspect would you change?

 If I were Prime Minister, then I would choose I e thing that would make people happy. I think it’s important that everyone has a good education. Education is a key to a good life. I want education to free from birth to after you finish a university degree. The country would be better off. 

 10) If you were marooned on a desert island, which historical figure would you like to spend
your time with and why?
 If I were on a marooned desert island at least I should have 3 persons with me I could spend some time all together and find some way to survive each other. At the moment I am not sure who I would take with me, but one person would definitively be a Chef! 

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