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Rishi Sunak, Man Who Triggered End Of Boris Johnson’s Tenure Is Indian- Origin and Infosys Founder’s Son-In-Law

Written By: Aashish Vashistha

In Picture: UK MP Rishi Sunak With Wife Akshata Murthy.

July 9, 2022 (New Delhi): Former Chancellor of the Exchequer In Boris Johnson’s Government, Rishi Sunak is the man who triggered the end of Boris Johnson’s tenure as the Prime Minister of the UK after his resignation went viral on Internet resulting in series of resignations from the Conservative Party. Former minister Rishi Sunak has jumped into the race to become the next PM of Britain and as per many reports he may well end up in creating history.

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Sunak who recently resigned as the Chancellor of the Exchequer is a Member of the UK. He is a member of the Conservative Party. Apart from his Indian lineage, he also has a strong individual connection owing to his marriage to Akshata Murthy, the daughter of Infosys co-founder and decorated Indian technology tycoon Narayan Murthy.

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Talking about his family, Sunak’s mother was a pharmacist while his father, an Oxford and Stanford graduate, was a doctor, a general practitioner (GP) with the UK’s health agency National Health Service (NHS). With wife Akshata Murthy, Sunak has two daughters Krishna and Anoushka. Rishi Married Infosys Co-Founder’s daughter Akshata Murthy. Both Sunak and Akshata have sometimes been in the spotlight due to their enormous wealth and ridiculous buys like a 95-pound pair of slippers spotted in official photographs ahead of last year’s Budget and a 180-pound “smart mug”.

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Not only Rishi Sunak, Two other names are seen as potential faces for a stint in 10 Downing Street. These are Goa-born Attorney General in the British Cabinet Suella Braverman and Priti Patel, who recently resigned as Home Minister. They too belongs to Indian Lineage and have made their names in the next United Kingdom PM race.

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