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Rishi Sunak: Rishi Suna’s wife Akshata Murthy made her first appearance in the campaign.

New Delhi:

Former British finance minister Rishi Sunak, who is in the race to become Britain’s next prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party, along with his wife Akshata Murthy attended a rally yesterday. Akshata Murthy, who made her first appearance during her husband’s promotions, was accompanied by the couple’s daughters Krishna and Anushka.

Rishi Sunak posted photos of the high-voltage event at Grantham, the birthplace of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, saying, “Family is everything to me. Grateful to have my family’s support in Grantham yesterday.”

“No doubt, I am a Dalit,” Mr. Sunak said during his speech.

Akshata Murthy, daughter of Indian IT company Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy, has been targeted for months for using her status as a non-resident UK resident to avoid paying taxes, while her husband is a UK resident. was chancellor.

Richer than the Queen of England?

Akshata Murthy’s personal wealth—coming from Infosys dividends—has been used to attack Rishi Sunak even before he begins his campaign for the post of British Prime Minister. Multiple media reports stated that Ms Murthy was wealthier than Queen Elizabeth II, an allegation that has helped sage Sunak’s detractors to image her as different from the problems faced by everyday Britons.

“My values ​​are Thatcherite. I believe in hard work, family and integrity. I am Thatcherite, I will run as Thatcher and I will rule as Thatcher. I will deliver a radical set of Thatcherite reforms that will lead to development.” will promote and strengthen our society and culture,” Mr. Sunak emphasized in an article at the start of his campaign.

Is Rishi Sunak close to the cleansing spot?

Until now, Rishi Sunak, whose resignation sparked a rebellion against the incumbent Boris Johnson in his party, later forced to step down amid scandals, has led all-round voting among Conservative Party MPs, leading to Heavy field fell short for two candidates- Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss.

Members of the ruling Conservative Party will vote for a successor and the party’s new leader—the next UK prime minister—will be announced on 5 September.