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Indian-origin Rishi Sunak will now be sworn in as UK PM, will be sworn in on October 28

Indian-origin Rishi Sunak will be the new Prime Minister of Britain. Earlier, Penny Mordaunt withdrew from the race to become the leader of the Conservative Party. Former finance minister Sunak (42) won easily. More than half of the Conservative Party’s 357 MPs supported him. To become the leader of the party, Rishi Sunak needed the support of at least 100 MPs.

Rishi Sunak addressed Britain after being elected PM. He said that I am humbled and honored to have the support of my parliamentary colleagues and to be elected as leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party. This is the greatest fortune of my life. For which I am very grateful. Rishi Sunak will take oath as PM on October 28 and the cabinet can be formed on October 29.

Rishi Sunak addressed the country

He said that the UK is a great country, but we are facing a profound economic challenge. Now we need stability and unity and I will make it my top priority to bring my party and country together because this is the only way we can overcome the challenges and build a better future for our children and grandchildren Huh. I pledge that I will serve you with honesty and humility.

Britain’s first Hindu prime minister

Britain’s Conservative Party leader Rishi Sunak will be the first Hindu and black Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Rishi Sunak’s chances of taking over the leadership of the Conservative Party became stronger on Monday after former Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s name was withdrawn in the race for the post of British Prime Minister. After being elected the PM of the United Kingdom, Sunak reached the Conservative Party headquarters. Where he was warmly welcomed by other members.

Liz Truss congratulates

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss congratulated Rishi Sunak on being appointed as the leader of the Conservative Party and the next Prime Minister of the UK. He tweeted, “Congratulations Rishi Sunak on being appointed as the leader of the Conservative Party and our next Prime Minister. You have my full support.”

Got the support of many former ministers

Announcing his candidature, the former chancellor had said that he wanted to fix the country’s economy, unite his party and work for the country. Earlier on Monday, several prominent Conservative MPs left Johnson’s camp in support of Sunak, including former Home Minister Priti Patel, cabinet ministers James Cleverly and Nadeem Jahavi.

Liz Truss resigned

Patel is a former British minister of Indian origin who resigned from her post last month after Liz Truss was elected prime minister. He said that the Conservative Party should give Sunak a chance to lead. Liz Truss resigned as prime minister on Thursday (October 20) after just 45 days after an open rebellion against her leadership in the party.