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Rishi Sunak is the favorite of Pakistani MPs, Indian is supporting Boris Johnson

London: Indian-origin British Conservative Party leader Rishi Sunak has confirmed that he is in the race for the post of Prime Minister of Britain. Taking to Twitter, he said, ‘The United Kingdom is a great country but we are facing a serious economic crisis.’ “I want to fix my economy, unite my party and work for my country,” he said. Prominent Conservative MPs of Pakistani origin are backing Sunak for the post of UK prime minister.

While some MPs of Indian origin are supporting Boris Johnson. Those standing behind Sunak include Sajid Javid, who has previously served as Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer in the British government, and Rehman Chishti, who has previously been a junior minister. MPs in the Johnson camp are Priti Patel, formerly Home Secretary, Alok Sharma, who has been a cabinet minister in the last two UK governments, and Shailesh Vara, who has had the longest tenure as an MP among Indian Conservative MPs.
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