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Politically conservative Rishi Sunak wins UK’s PM race on Diwali

As Penny Mordaunt withdraws from the race, Rishi Sunak, the head of the Conservative Party, who has never shied away from showcasing his Hindu identity, is poised to become the UK’s first PM of Indian origin.

Penny Mordaunt announced her choice on Twitter.

With his wife Akshata Murthy, Rishi Sunak, who was vying for the position of UK Prime Minister in August, was seen doing Gau pooja in London. Indians living in the UK. praised the ritual’s films and pictures. The Hindu community in India also applauded the action, praising the lawmaker of Indian descent for “proudly exhibiting his religious identity.”

Rishi Sunak’s victory came on a day when Hindus and other people all across the world celebrated when all over the world are celebrating the festival of Diwali.

King Charles will meet with Rishi Sunak and acting prime minister Liz Truss tomorrow at Buckingham Palace. Truss is going to officially submit her resignation.

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In six years, Sunak is the fifth prime minister of the UK.

On October 20, Liz Truss, the country’s acting prime minister, announced her resignation. This freed up the position for a member of the Conservative Party to assume leadership of the government and prevent the impending economic crisis.

Truss has the regrettable distinction of serving as prime minister for just 44 days. George Canning previously held the record for the shortest term as prime minister, serving for just 119 days before passing away on August 8, 1827.

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