On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak celebrated a milestone that underlines the importance of having someone of Indian descent as the country’s leader. He said the incident was proof that Britain was inclusive, and stressed that the color of his skin should not be the main focus. Sunak made the comment in his opening speech at the Conservative Party conference, marking a historic moment for him and the country. His words echo a broader message of unity and diversity in UK politics.
PTI, London :- In a landmark speech on Wednesday, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak highlighted the historical trend of having someone of Indian origin as the leader of the country. Sunak revealed that the incident shows that Britain is inclusive, and downplays the importance of the color of her skin. His comments reflect positive steps for diversity and equity in the country.
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