Rishi Sunak British PM

Rishi Sunak became the UK’s First Indian-Origin PM; to take oath on October 28

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Rishi Sunak has created history on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. He became the first Indian-origin prime minister of the UK. On 28 October, Rishi Sunak will take the oath of PM post and after that on 29 October, its cabinet will be formed.

There are more than 180 MPs in support of Rishi Sunak, while Penny Mordont was far behind in support of MPs. After that, he withdrew his name. After the resignation of Liz Truss, who served as Prime Minister of Britain for 45 days, elections were held once again, in which Rishi Sunak was considered a strong contender from the beginning. Former UK PM Boris Johnson also withdrew his name from the race to become Prime Minister. In such a situation, Rishi Sunak is going to become the third Prime Minister of Britain, in the last three months.

Liz Truss announced her resignation as prime minister. Since then, the ruling party was busy choosing the third prime minister this year. Many well-known MPs of the Conservative Party have supported Rishi Sunak of Indian origin. These include the names of former Home Minister Priti Patel, and cabinet ministers James Cleverly and Nadeem Jahavi.

Rishi Sunak, the 42-year-old leader of the Conservative Party of Britain, will be the first Hindu and black Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He was born in an Indian family in Southampton, UK. His mother was a Pharmacist and his father was a National Health Service (NHS) physician.

Seema Jain

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