- Rishi considered a rising star of the Conservative Party, media briefings on behalf of the government also do the same.
- On several occasions during the election last year, Rishi replaced Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a debate.
Rishi Sunak (39), the son-in-law of Infosys founder Narayana Murthy, has been appointed as Britain’s new finance minister. He was currently appointed to the post of Chief Secretary of the Treasury. Sajid Javid resigned from the post of finance minister just weeks after Breguet. After this, the sage entrusted with this responsibility.
Rishi Sunak son-in-law of Infosys founder Narayana Murthy appointed as Britain’s new finance minister
Prior to the government’s annual budget, Prime Minister Boris Johnson made major changes in the cabinet. The appointment of Sunak (Chancellor of Exchequer) among them described as a major change. Let sage elected MP for the first time in 2015. He joined the local government as a minister in 2018. In 2019, he made the Chief Secretary of the Treasury.
Rishi played an important role in the election campaign as well
Rishi as a rising star of the Conservative Party. The government often puts them forward for media interviews. Apart from this, he also played an important role in the election campaign of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. On several occasions, Sage took part in the TV debate in place of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Rishi studied economics from Oxford
Sunak’s wife’s name is Akshata. She is the daughter of Narayana Murthy. Rishi and Akshata have two daughters Krishna and Anushka. Rishi has an MBA from Stanford University in the US. He studied politics, philosophy, and economics from Oxford University. Before joining politics, Rishi worked in investment bank Goldman Sash and hedge funds. He then also founded an investment firm. Rishi’s father is a doctor and his mother runs a chemist shop.