British Chancellor Rishi Sunak: At a time when pressure is mounting on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign over a liquor party in a lockdown, it has been speculated that Rishi Sunak could be Britain's next prime minister.
It has recently come to light that Rishi Sunak, the British Chancellor of Indian descent, is also involved in the much-discussed and controversial 'Partygate' case in Britain. This has raised a big question mark in front of Rishi Sunak.
While the alcohol party in the lockdown is increasing the pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign, Rishi Sunak is said to be the next Prime Minister of Britain. Meanwhile, a new controversy has erupted.
Sage Sunak admits to attending Boris Johnson's birthday party in 2020 amid tight lockdown across the country. However, he claimed that he had come here to attend a meeting called to discuss Kovid-19. However, Rishi Sunak has refused to give information about what happened after reaching here.
Sunak's explanation came after the resignation of five of Boris Johnson's aides. Longtime policy chief Munira Mirza, chief of staff Danrosenfeld, chief private secretary Martin Reynolds and communications director Jack Doyle resigned last Thursday.
When the lockdown was imposed on the whole of Britain in 2020, there were several parties on Downing Street, the prime minister's residence. Therefore, it is time for many of Boris Johnson's colleagues to resign.
Will Rishi Sunak get involved in the 'Partygate' case?
Sage Sunak, who lives next door to Boris Johnson on Downing Street, attended Johnson's surprise birthday party in June 2020 in Cabinet Room 10. According to the Mirror, the sage himself confessed to attending Johnson's Lockdown birthday party in 2020.
The sage admitted that the ruling parties had damaged the confidence of the people during the lockdown due to the 'Partygate' issue. But he also said that the people will give the government a chance to prove its faith. At the same time, 41-year-old Rishi Sunak has made it clear that he fully supports Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
What did the sage say about becoming the Prime Minister of Britain?
Johnson is facing intense pressure due to the 'Partygate' case. If Johnson steps down, then Sunak could be the next prime minister.
I would like to thank everyone for their understanding of my qualifications for the PM's job. But right now, I just want to focus on my work. Although some of my colleagues have mentioned my name for the post of Prime Minister, they will surely have some reasons for it. But, I don't think that's the case. I fully support Prime Minister Johnson. 'Will you be the next prime ministerial candidate?' Sunak replied, "No, I am not paying attention to this."
UK police are investigating a total of 12 parties involved in a lockdown on Downing Street. It is believed that at least six of them will include the Prime Minister.