British PM Boris Johnson has resigned from his post. After this, the search for a new face for the post of Prime Minister has started there. There are not one but three Indian-origin politicians in this race for the post of PM. Front runner Rishi Sunak is among the names of Indian origin that have emerged to become the Prime Minister of Britain. Who has resigned from the post of Finance Minister of Britain a few hours ago.
According to the agency’s report, there is also a woman of Indian origin in the race for the post of PM. Her name is Suella Braverman. Suella Braverman is also currently the Attorney General in the British Cabinet. While the name of the third person involved in this race is Priti Patel. Priti Patel is currently the Home Secretary of Britain. And she is also putting forward her claim for the post of PM. Although they have not come out in the open yet.
Suella Braverman, presenting her claim, said that I am putting myself forward because I believe that the 2019 manifesto is suitable for this purpose. Suella Braverman said that I want to fulfill the promises contained in that manifesto. I want to fulfill the promises related to Brexit, resolve the outstanding issues, as well as aim to cut taxes.
Let us tell you that Suella was born to Indian-origin parents Christie and Uma Fernandez. Both of them reached Britain from Kenya and Mauritius in the 60s.
If any of these three gets the command of Britain, then it will be an important chapter in the history of Europe. When for the first time a person of Indian origin will become the Prime Minister of Britain.
Talking about other names from Britain in the race for the post of PM, Commerce Minister Penny Mordont and Foreign Secretary (Foreign Minister) Liz Truss are also involved in this. In the estimation of bookies, there is an equal contest between Rishi Sunak and Penny Mordont.
Rishi Sunak’s parents were of Indian origin. His father Yashveer was born and brought up in Kenya while his mother Usha was born in Tanzania. Rishi’s grandparents were born in Punjab province (British India). Later in the 1960s, he immigrated to Britain with his children.
The way Rishi Sunak operated the economy during the Corona period was highly appreciated. But his image was shocked when the issue of wife Akshata Murthy’s non-domicile came to the fore. Many more British politicians are also in the race for the post of PM, including Defense Secretary (Defence Minister) Ben Wallace, former Health Minister Sajid Javid, new Finance Minister Nadhim Jahavi, former Foreign Secretary (Foreign Minister) Jeremy Hunt.