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Rishi Sunak, seen wearing ‘Kalava’, has become the first Hindu Prime Minister of Britain

Britain New PM Rishi Sunak: Rishi Sunak was appointed as the new Prime Minister of Britain by King Charles III on Tuesday (25 October). With this, while creating history, Rishi Sunak has become the first Hindu Prime Minister of Britain. Rishi Sunak takes pride in being a Hindu. Its view was once again seen after his appointment as PM. During his first speech at 10 Downing Street, when Rishi Sunak greeted the people present there, the sacred red ‘Kalava’ was seen in his hand.

In Hinduism, Kalawa is worn on the hand. It is considered very sacred and is used by Hindus for all religious purposes. The thread is used to offer cloth to the deity. Along with this, Kalawa or Mauli thread is an integral part of any worship. According to Hindu belief, by tying it in your hand, you win over the enemy and it serves as your defense.

British High Commissioner told historical moment

British High Commissioner to India Alex Ellis made a statement in Hindi on Rishi Sunak becoming Britain’s first Hindu Prime Minister. He said that the election of Britain’s first Hindu PM is a historic moment. It’s a big day for Britain. We have a new PM. He is young, his grandparents came from India, his parents came from East Africa, he is a Hindu.

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UK-India relations deepening

He said that since we left the EU, UK-India relations have been deepening and developing very rapidly. We shall see what happens now. We hope that this government will carry forward the same sequence. PM Rishi Sunak clarified that the economy will be his top priority. Alex Ellis said that India is a big investor in the UK and the UK is a big investor in India. We want to double the trade by 2030.

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