Has the campaign started against Rishi Sunak for being an Indian? Racism in Britain too!

Sunak backward in the last campaign

The election campaign in Britain is at its last stage and former Prime Minister Boris Johnson has extended his support to Liz Truss’s rival Liz Truss. At the same time, about one lakh 60 thousand voters of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party will choose the prime minister between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss and its result will be announced on 5 September. But, as of now, opinion polls are being published in the British media, it has been told that Liz Truss has a huge lead over Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss is about 24 points ahead of Rishi Sunak. However, Rishi Sunak himself believes that racism is not a factor in voting him or not. Let us tell you that last week, another Indian-origin businessman Lord Rami Ranger, who has also been giving big donations to the Conservative Party, said in a video that if Rishi Sunak loses the election, then it is considered Britain’s racism. Will go

Rishi Sunak’s Losing Racism!

However, Rishi Sunak, Tory MP from Richmond, Yorkshire, said that, “I was elected as a Member of Parliament in Richmond and our members put merit above all else. I am sure, when they consider this question. and he has been elected prime minister before, so he knows who is the best person to be prime minister… gender, ethnicity and everything else has nothing to do with it.” At the same time, 42-year-old Rishi Sunak of Indian origin has admitted that the match is going to be tough and earlier in a statement he had called himself ‘underpowered’. However, Rishi Sunak has been running his election campaign and meeting members quite rapidly among the members of the Conservative Party. Rishi Sunak further said that, the comment was being made, that a dispute was made regarding the tax of my wife Akshata Murthy and it was said that I am not in the race for the post of Prime Minister, but I am included in the last two candidates. Am.

How will Sunak develop Britain?

Rishi Sunak said during an interview that, “I think I can build a country where the defining characteristics of our society are hard work and aspiration and hope, and where getting a world-class education belongs to every child. Be it a birthright, we lead a society which is the standard of decency and whose integrity we are really proud of our history and traditions.Sage Sunak further added that, in fact, we are quite certain about our future. I am sure and everyone wants to narrow this debate very narrowly, and you really shouldn’t pay much attention to these things.However, he did acknowledge that the tax cuts announced by Liz Truss , it has become the main issue of this election and he is disappointed with this.

What do betting surveys say?

According to a betting company, Smarkets, the chances of Rishi Sunak becoming the next PM have come down to 10 percent and Liz Truss’s chance of becoming the Prime Minister has come down to 89.29 percent, while the other candidates don’t even have a 1 percent chance. Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, the last two candidates to contest for the post of Prime Minister of the UK, are constantly campaigning for themselves and debates are also taking place between the two on different TV channels. However, an internal report of the Conservative Party said that this debate has now become personal and two factions of supporters have formed within the party, which is not good for the party itself and in the next Lok Sabha elections, it will give a lot to the party. damage may occur. Let us tell you that, whoever becomes the Prime Minister now, he will also become the President of the Conservative Party and he will be the Prime Ministerial candidate in the next Lok Sabha elections.

Sunak is also backward in YouGov survey

Let us tell you that, in the earlier survey of YouGov, Rishi Sunak was also seen lagging behind and only 31 percent of the members had expressed their intention to vote for Rishi Sunak, while 49 percent intended to vote for Liz Truss. At the same time, 15 percent of the people said that they have not yet decided who they are going to vote for in the election, while 6 percent of the people refused to tell who they would vote for. At the same time, in the latest survey, Liz Truss is seen getting 62 percent, while Rishi Sunak gets 38 percent votes. Hence, Liz Truss has a 24 point lead over Rishi Sunak.

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