RISHI SUNAK AS BRITAIN PRIME MINISTER

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Do you know that 75 years ago we were ruled by the british rulers who partitioned our indian subcontinent into Pakistan and India, those who made our golden bird India to a poor country, those who forced our farmers to produce raw materials in less cost and sold them in higher price and for whom up to 35 million people died unnecessarily in famines. It was not even a government company, infact a private company known as the East India Company. Actually, I am not cursing the Britishers, I believe some of demon got birth as Britishers and attacked India which spoiled the reputation of Britain. But now Britishers are very supportive and sociable. If you are also thinking why am I saying all this read further.

A few days ago I posted a blog on why are many Indians are at very upper post in foreign. And now I found in latest news that Rishi Sunak who is from Indian origin is a favourable candidate to be the next Prime Minister of Britain.

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It is because current Britain Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is facing a controversy in which he had attended a party in Downing Street on 20 May 2020 during the first lockdown.

The prime minister apologised on Wednesday in the House of Commons, saying he had joined staff for 25 minutes to thank them for their hard work. But he said he had “believed implicitly that this was a work event.

The opposition parties them burst on him and he got trolled. This controversy has spread so much that he can resign anytime.

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And after that Indian-origin chancellor, Rishi Sunak is being viewed as a possible candidate for the post of British Prime Minister.

A person of indian origin being a foreign country’s Prime Minister is really a very proud movement for all Indians.

Not only him there were also some other indians who have given a chance as a Prime Minister in foreign countries.

To see them you can click on this button

References –

[1] vivifychangecatalyst.com, bbc.com, cms.qz.com, wikipedia.com

[2] thegaurdian.com

[3] indiatimes.com

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