I will do everything I can…: UK PM Rishi Sunak promises UK a hopeful future

I will do everything I can...: UK PM Rishi Sunak promises UK a hopeful future

Britain’s newly-elected Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, attended a Diwali reception at 10, Downing Street on Wednesday night and pledged to provide Britain with an optimistic future.

Sharing a picture of himself celebrating the festival of lights at his residence, he wished everyone the best and said that he will do everything he can to build a UK where generations to come can light their lamps and look to the future with hope .

In a tweet, Rishi Sunak wrote, “Great to be at tonight’s Diwali reception at No. 10. I will do everything I can to make a UK in this work where our kids and our grandchildren hold their own diyas.” May you burn and look to the future. Hope. Happy #Diwali to all!”

After winning the Tory leadership contest, Rishi Sunak became the UK’s third PM in seven weeks after the Truss stepped down due to political turmoil in the country.

After Sunak came to power, this incident instilled a sense of pride among Indians. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished him a “special” Diwali as the UK’s “living bridge” of Indians.

Sunak, whose parents immigrated to the UK from East Africa in the 1960s, is of Indian descent. His father was a local doctor, while his mother ran a pharmacy in southern England, something that some say, the craze gave him the desire to serve the public.

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Sunak’s election marked the pinnacle of his rapid rise to power. He was first elected as an MP in 2015 and spent two years on the back bench before becoming a junior minister in Theresa May’s government. Johnson gave Sunak his first major government role, appointing him as Chief Secretary to the Treasury in 2019 and promoting him to chancellor in 2020.

Rishi Sunak was the first person to predict financial problems under the truce and also clashed with the former PM during the previous leadership race, claiming that his plan to borrow money during the inflationary crisis was a “story” Which will throw the economy into chaos.

Sunak officially became Prime Minister of Britain after meeting with King Charles III at Buckingham Palace.

In his first speech outside No 10, he said the UK was facing a “serious economic crisis” and vowed to earn Britain’s trust amid economic and political crises.

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