New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may have to step down from his post. If Boris Johnson leaves, then Indian-origin Rishi Sunak could become the next Prime Minister of Britain. Boris Johnson is accused of having a liquor party during the Corona lockdown and it has become expensive. The media and the opposition are constantly weighing it, due to which the pressure on them is increasing. According to the British media, if Boris leaves the post, then Indian industrialist Narayan Murthy’s son-in-law and UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak can become the country’s PM in his place.
PM Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party in 2020 during the country’s lockdown due to the coronavirus and said that some things were ‘not taken right’ by his government. He is facing public outrage over claims of Johnson and his staff defying pandemic restrictions by partying in the garden of the prime minister’s Downing Street residence during the lockdown.
There is a lot of talk of making Rishi Sunak the next prime minister in the speculative market too. Online gambling company Betfair believes that the clock is ticking for the 57-year-old Johnson and he could resign as PM at any time. Betfair has said that 57-year-old Johnson is under increasing pressure to resign not only from opposition parties but also from his own party in the wake of revelations about the liquor party.
who are Rishi Sunak?
Rishi Sunak is followed by Liz Truss (Foreign Minister) and then Michael Gove (Cabinet Minister). But Sunak’s chances are high. Sunak completed his studies from Winchester College and studied Economics, Philosophy, Politics from Oxford University. At the same time, he has done MBA from Stanford University in America.
Before joining politics, B worked at investment bank Goldman Sachs and hedge funds. He also formed an investment firm. He also founded a global investment firm worth 100 million pounds. Sunak’s father was a doctor and mother ran a chemist’s shop. He had gone from Punjab to London. He is currently the Finance Minister of the UK.
first published:Jan. 14, 2022, 4:36 p.m.