The race for the post of Prime Minister in Britain has intensified. Rishi Sunak of Indian origin is leading the race in this race. If Rishi reaches the post of PM, then it will be a history in itself. At present, if the experts are to be believed, Prime Minister Boris Johnson may dislike Rishi, but he can be the next PM of the country.

These days India’s eyes are on the process going on for the post of Prime Minister in Britain. Indians are probably more curious than the people there are about their future PM. Rishi Sunak could be the next prime minister of Britain. This news is like some good news for every Indian. Even so, after all, the whites who once kept the country as slaves, today a person belonging to the same country is on the way to reach that 10 Downing Street, which is an important center of world politics. Amidst this development, everyone is desperate to know about Sunak. A statement of Sunak is currently going viral on social media. This statement of 5 feet 6 inches Sunak is related to his religion and in this he has described himself as a proud Hindu.

Appeal to give up beef

In the year 2020, Rishi Sunak was sworn in as the Finance Minister. During this, he took oath by placing his hand on Bhagavad Gita and he became the favorite of every Indian. When a British newspaper asked him on this, he answered it in his own style. The sage said, ‘I am a citizen of Britain now but my religion is Hindu. India is my religious and cultural heritage. I can proudly say that I am a Hindu and being a Hindu is my identity. Sunak, who has a statue of Lord Ganesha on his desk, has also appealed to give up beef on religious grounds. He himself does not consume beef.

Sunak was started to be called the next Prime Minister of the country from the year 2020. Sunak did his schooling from Winchester College, UK. It is one of the most prestigious schools in the country. After this he reached Oxford and Stanford University of America and completed his further studies from here. Before joining politics, he worked at Goldman Sachs and a few other companies.

Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak of Punjab comes from Punjabi Khatri family. Rishi’s grandfather Ramdas Sunak lived in Gunjrawala who had migrated to Pakistan after partition. Ramdas left Gunjrawala in 1935 and came to Nairobi to work as a clerk. Michael Ashcroft, who wrote the biography of Rishi, has told that Ramdas Sunak went to Nairobi due to the deteriorating relationship between Hindu and Muslim. Ramdas’s wife Suhag Rani Sunak had come to Delhi from Gunjrawala and was accompanied by her mother-in-law. After this she went to Kenya in 1937.

According to family sources, Ramdas was an accountant who later became an administrative officer in Kenya. Ramdas and Suhag Rani had six children, three sons and three daughters. Rishi’s father Yashveer Sunak was one of them who was born in Nairobi in 1949. In the year 1966, Yashveer came to Liverpool and studied medicine from Liverpool University here. He currently resides in South Hampton. All three daughters of Ramdas Sunak studied in India.

Raghubir Beri, the maternal grandfather of Rishi, a Tanzania-based mother,

was a resident of Punjab. Then he went to Tanzania as a railway engineer. Here he married Tanzania-born Saraksha Sunak. According to the biograph, Saraksha went to the UK in 1966 on a one-way ticket that she had bought after selling her wedding jewellery. Berry also moved to the UK and worked there with Inland Revenue for several years. After this, he became the Member of Order under the British Monarchy in the year 1988. The couple had three children, one of whom was Rishi’s mother Usha. He earned a degree in Pharmacology from Ashton University in 1972. The parents first met in Leicester and they got married in 1977.


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