Support anyone but Rishi Sunak?? What exactly did Boris Johnson tell colleagues?





Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak: Rishi Sunak resigned, showing his displeasure against Boris Johnson's administration. Johnson had to resign as the resignation session started.


The process of electing a new Prime Minister of Britain has started. Ministers and MPs angered Boris Johnson for supporting Partygate and Pinjar during the Corona period. After Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Health Minister Sajid Javid first resigned, Boris Johnson had to resign after many resignations. Johnson is acting as caretaker prime minister. The name of the new British Prime Minister will be announced on September 5. The process of selecting a new Prime Minister started in Hujur Party. A newspaper reported that Johnson allegedly told his colleagues to support anyone but not to help Rishi Sunak.



According to The Times newspaper, Boris Johnson has appealed to the candidates who have fallen behind in the race for the post of Prime Minister. Don't support former finance minister Rishi Sunak, Johnson has said. According to sources, Johnson is preparing to support Foreign Secretary Liz Truss. Truss was endorsed by Johnson's colleagues Jacob Rees Mogg and Nadine Dorris. However, Johnson could also step in to support Penny Mordaunt.


Boris Johnson is holding Rishi Sunak responsible for his resignation. After the resignations of Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid, it was time for Johnson to resign. Rishi Sunak is at the forefront of the selection process for the post of Prime Minister in the Hujur Party. Rishi Sunak is held responsible for all the power plays by pro-Johnson leaders. At the same time, he has not taken a stance on Sajid Javid. There are rumors that Johnson is running a covert operation against Sunak.



Meanwhile, a supporter of Boris Johnson has rejected the claim in this regard. However, he has admitted that Johnson is upset with Rishi Sunak's role. Rishi Sunak's supporter Richard Holden has expressed confidence that we will get a lead.

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