Is Rishi Sunak, the initiator of Britain’s current political revolution, the next Prime Minister of that country?

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Rishi Sunak with his wife Akshata

Soon after Sunak submitted his resignation as British Finance Minister, a series of resignations began in the British Parliament. According to the bookmakers there, there is a fierce competition between Sunak and Defense Minister Penny Mordaunt for the position of the next Prime Minister of Britain.

London: We all know that a political revolution is underway in the United Kingdom. Rishi Sunak, the son-in-law of our Infi Narayan Murthy, started this? Many people are worried that Boris Johnson has resigned from the post of Prime Minister because of him, so much so that he is the next Prime Minister of Britain. If that happens, he will be the first Indian-origin British Prime Minister.

You know, as soon as Sunak resigned as British Finance Minister, a series of resignations began in the British Parliament. According to the bookmakers there, there is a fierce competition between Sunak and Defense Minister Penny Mordaunt for the position of the next Prime Minister of Britain.

At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, Sunak rose to popularity in Britain after announcing and implementing multi-billion pound aid packages for industry and workers.

Rishi, popularly known by the nickname ‘Dishi’, has recently been embroiled in controversy over his wife Aksatha Murthy’s non-dom tax status, her US green card and his long delay in responding to the UK alimony crisis – firstly,

Rishi, who was never an alcoholic, was accused by Zulmane of participating in a meeting held at Downing Street in violation of the rules in force in the United Kingdom during the lockdown.

Rishi Sunak’s grandparents are from Punjab. Rishi married Akshata Murthy, daughter of Infosys co-founder NR Narayanamurthy, in 2009 and has two daughters with Akshata.

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