About Randeep Sarai
As a community leader, a lawyer and a real estate developer, Randeep Sarai has consistently focused his efforts in Surrey. His dedication and excellency in these endeavors have framed his ability to be diligent, inventive and devoted when representing you as your Member of Parliament for Surrey–Centre.
Randeep was born in Vancouver and raised in South Burnaby. He graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Arts and went on to complete his Bachelor of Laws Born at Queen`s University in Kingston, Ontario. He was a Founder and has served as a Director of Virsa – Supporting Youth Strengthening Families Society and helped start South Asian Community Coalition Against Youth Violence, which successfully championed for the creation of the Integrated Gang Task Force. Randeep has been engaged in community work from a very young age, much of it learned through the examples set by his late Father. “Giving back” were common words used and discussed in the Sarai household. He supported his Father to raise funds to fight against Polio thru the local Rotary Club, build their local temple, and organize food drives.
Randeep has always been passionate about civic responsibility, including the need to make positive contributions to public policy, participation in the electoral processes at all levels, and supporting initiatives that focused on enhancing the quality of life for those less fortunate. Randeep regularly participates and comments on municipal bylaw issues, public policy issues and has been regular commentator on political issues on local Metro Vancouver media outlets.
During his first term as the Member of Parliament for Surrey Centre, Randeep served as Pacific Caucus Chair from 2016-2018, a member of the Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Committee and the Public Accounts Committee. He was re-elected in 2019 to represent Surrey Centre for a second term and sat on the International Trade Committee, Justice Committee and Special Committee on the Economic Relationship between Canada and the United States.
In September 2021, Randeep was re-elected for his third term. He currently sits on the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development. He also returns to his role on the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights, serving as the Committee Chair.
He and his wife, Sarbjeet, are raising three children who attend Surrey schools and are very active in sports, recreation, arts and cultural activities. During his spare time, Randeep cherishes time with his family, including their Labrador named Mr. Cuddles, and enjoys activities such as yoga, soccer and jogging.
He is committed to making Surrey the most transit friendly, low crime, metropolitan centre in Canada. Randeep believes the right voice, sound understanding and a commitment to a multi pronged approach can curb the current crime escalation that plagues the city and prevent any further increase in traffic congestion.