Praising Narayan Murthy And Sudha Murthy, Rishi Sunak Said – I Am Proud Of What My Father And Mother-in-law Have Achieved

Rishi Sunak, the front-runner for the post of UK Prime Minister, praised his Indian mother-in-law, Infosys co-founders Narayana Murthy and Sudha Murthy. Commenting on wife Akshata Murthy’s family wealth, Sunak said, “he is proud of the position his mother-in-law has achieved in life. During an ITV channel debate on Sunday night, when Rishi Sunak was asked about his wife Akshata Murthy’s non-domicile tax, he said, “I have always been a completely normal taxpayer in the UK; My wife is from another country, so she is treated differently, but Akshata has explained that she has settled the tax issue in the spring.

I am very proud of what my father-in-law has achieved: Sunak

Sunak said, “Discussions are being made about the property of my wife’s family. Let me address that well because I think it’s worth mentioning. In fact, I am very proud of what my father-in-law has achieved. Sunak further said, ‘My father-in-law had no assets, just a dream and a few hundred pounds which my mother-in-law’s savings provided him. With that same savings, he built one of the largest, most respected, and most successful companies in the world, employing thousands of people in Britain.

Sunak is leading the PM race according to the opinion Poll

Nearly half of the supporters of the ruling Conservative Party in Britain believe that Rishi Sunak would be a good prime minister. In the opinion Poll, Rishi Sunak has been described as the frontrunner in the race for PM. Significantly, Boris Johnson, who recently announced his resignation from the post of Prime Minister, does not want to see Rishi Sunak as the Prime Minister.

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