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“Proud Hindu” UK PM Rishi Sunak to Visit Delhi’s Akshardham Temple Tomorrow, Details Here

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, concluding his three-day trip to India on September 10, will visit Delhi's Akshardham temple after the G20 Summit.

Rishi Sunak: On September 10, the concluding day of his three-day trip to India, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will visit the Akshardham temple in Delhi. During his visit, Sunak, who expressed his pride in being a Hindu, also stated about his desire to visit a temple.

UK PM Rishi Sunak to visit Akshardham temple

Additionally, Rishi Sunak mentioned that although he celebrated Raksha Bandhan, he didn’t have the opportunity to celebrate Krishna Janmashtami thoroughly. Therefore, he expressed his desire to compensate for it by visiting a temple during his trip. He said, “I’m a proud Hindu, and that’s how I was raised. That’s how I am. Hopefully, I can visit a Mandir while I’m here for the next couple of day.”

Upon their arrival in Delhi on Friday to participate in the two-day G20 Summit that commenced on Saturday, Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty received a warm welcome from Union Minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey, who greeted them with a “Jai Siya Ram.” Additionally, they were presented with Rudraksh beads, a copy of the Bhagavad Gita, and a Hanuman Chalisa as gifts.

G20 Summit and meet with PM Modi

During the G20 Summit, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak engaged in a bilateral meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Following their meeting, Prime Minister Modi shared a photograph of their warm embrace and stated that they had deliberated on strategies to enhance trade connections and stimulate investment cooperation between their respective nations.

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