Indian-born Rishi Sunak elected new UK Prime Minister
Rishi Sunak, a person of Indian origin, has been elected as the new Prime Minister of Britain. With the support of 171 MPs, Rishi will ascend to the British throne.
Meanwhile, Liz Truss defeated Rishi Sunak in the elections following the resignation of Boris Johnson and was elected as the British Prime Minister. But he resigned from the post without returning for 45 days. Along with this, MPs jointly elected Rishi Sunak as the new Prime Minister.
But Liz Truss (Liz Truss) came to power, saying she would put Britain in a ditch. After that, he presented the mini-budget. But Truss was heavily criticised for the mini-budget. There is currently an economic crisis and a food crisis in Britain. The next day, Liz Truss resigned after being asked to apologise in Parliament for making a mistake in the order. But Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak's names came up prominently in the next Prime Minister's race. But Boris Johnson dropped out of the race in the end. Along with this, Rishi Sunak was elected Prime Minister of Britain.
Sunak is the 57th Prime Minister of Britain and the first black person to lead the country. He was also the first Hindu Prime Minister of Britain. However, during his tenure as the country's finance minister, he rarely talked about his religion.
"These are unprecedented times. Despite the compressed timetable for the leadership contest, it is clear that colleagues feel that we need certainty today. He took this decision with goodwill for the good of the country.