Every vote counts for Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak

London: After the announcement of general elections in Britain on July 4, the leaders of the ruling Conservative Party and the opposition Labor Party have started the election campaign from Thursday. PM Rishi Sunak said, I will fight for every vote for the next few weeks. A day earlier, PM Sunak had surprised everyone by announcing general elections after just six weeks.

Political turmoil intensifies in the country

It was believed that he would announce the elections proposed in January in October. Sunak, a 44-year-old Indian-origin leader, created a political stir across the country by announcing a general election while drenched on the steps of 10 Downing Street on Wednesday evening. At his election campaign in East London on Thursday, Sunak campaigned on a slogan of clear planning, bold action and a secure future.

Why did you choose rainy season for elections?

When asked by the BBC why he chose the rainy season for the election. Sunak responded that it shows he is not a weather-beaten leader. Said, if a Prime Minister makes such important statements, it means that his steps towards Downing Street are moving fast, whether rain or shine.

He said that I strongly believe in the traditions of the country, because of this I am who I am. At the same time, opposition Labor Party leader Keir Starmer started his campaign with just one word – change.

We will end anarchy- Labor Party

Further said, on July 4 we will make the right choice. This way we will end the anarchy. This is how we can begin to rebuild Britain and bring about change in the country.


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