Rishi Sunak created history, becoming the next Prime Minister Of the United Kingdom. World politics react in various ways to this happening. Especially Joe Bidden, PM of the United States, said, “I think tomorrow when he (Rishi Sunak) goes to see the king. Pretty astounding. A ground-breaking milestone. And it matters. It matters,” and acknowledging the immigrant Indian community level of achievement.
Rishi Sunak is now at the top of the discussion. His father-in-law, a co-founder of Infosys, gave a brief statement, “Congratulations to Rishi. We are proud of him and we wish him success. We are confident he will do his best for the people of the United Kingdom,” after it became clear, Mr. Sunak at 42 would be Britain’s next Prime Minister.
As UK’s Conservative Party Leader, ‘Rishi Sunak First Statement, “The United Kingdom is a great country, but there is no doubt we face a profound economic challenge. We now need stability and unity, and I will make it my utmost priority to bring our party and our country together because that is the only way we will overcome the challenges we face and build a better, more prosperous future for our children and our grandchildren.”
He added, “I pledge that I will serve you with integrity and humility and I will work day in, day out to deliver for the British people.”
In a recent interview in a British newspaper, PM Rishi Sunak said, “clearly something” when he met Akshata for the first time Akshata in the U.S, “I am incredibly tidy, she’s very messy. I’m much more organised, she is more spontaneous,” — it is again proved that opposite poles attract each other.
Sunak Also added, ”She is not going to love me for saying this, but I’ll be honest with you, she is not big on the whole tidying thing. She is a total nightmare, clothes everywhere… And shoes… Oh God, shoes,”
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