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King Charles III appointed Sunak as PM, Rishi said – I will not just talk, I will actually work


King Charles III appointed Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister
Sunak said- I will fulfill my promise with humanity
With our policies, the country will take advantage of the opportunities of Brexit

London. Rishi Sunak has officially become the Prime Minister of Britain. After meeting King Charles-III, the King appointed Rishi Sunak as the British Prime Minister. Earlier at 10 Downing Street, Sunak said- ‘I have been elected the leader of my party. I promise you that I will work with the same humanity and work on building a better future for you and the generations to come.

He said- ‘I will unite my country not only with words, but with activities.’ Sunak said- ‘My government will build an economy that makes the most of the opportunities of Brexit. I will work for you by discharging this support with full sincerity. Trust is won and I have won your trust.

The stir in British politics
Significantly, Sunak will take charge as the country’s first Indian-origin prime minister by Tuesday evening. Meanwhile, there is a stir in British politics as to who will be included in the cabinet and who will not. It is being said that Sunak will hardly repeat the mistake that Lit Truss did. Truss had raised an entire army of his loyalists in the government.

They can be blamed
According to the English website ‘The Sun UK’, there is a possibility that Britain’s Defense Secretary Ben Wallace may be on leave. Not only this, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Wendy Morton and Ranil Jayawardana may also fail to make it to the Sunak cabinet. It is believed that among those dismissed by Rishi Sunak, Jacob Rees-Mogg is in the hitlist. Rishi Sunak can also include some of his loyalists in the cabinet.

Youngest PM
Former UK finance minister Sunak (42) is a Hindu and he is Britain’s youngest prime minister in the last 210 years. In his first address after being elected the party leader, Sunak had said on Monday that his priority would be to unite the country. Sunak said, “I promise that I will serve you with integrity and humility and will continue to serve the people of Britain.” He had said that Britain is a great country, but there is no doubt that the country is a great country. facing serious economic challenges.

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