Rishi Sunak, who is adopting Kejriwal's model to become the next Prime Minister of Britain, made this promise to the public

Rishi Sunak, who is adopting Kejriwal's model to become the next Prime Minister of Britain, made this promise to the public

There is a lot of political turmoil in Britain at this time regarding the post of the new Prime Minister. The name of the new leader and new prime minister of Britain's ruling 'Conservative Party' to replace Boris Johnson will be announced on 5 September. Meanwhile, former British Indian-origin cabinet minister Rishi Sunak and foreign minister Liz Truss are the main contenders in the race to replace Boris Johnson in the Conservative Party for the prime minister's post. To become the Prime Minister, former UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak made such a promise on Tuesday, listening to which you will probably remember the Delhi Chief Minister of India Arvind Kejriwal. Yes, Sunak promised that if he is elected as the Prime Minister of the country, he will help the people in dealing with the rising electricity bills of the houses and for this, he will give more money. The 42-year-old Conservative Party leader Sunak also stressed on saving people by limiting loans to help them financially.

Remembering CM Kejriwal
Yes, after listening to these promises of Sunak, you must have remembered Delhi CM Kejriwal. In his election campaign, Kejriwal had also made a similar promise. Making such promises before the elections proved to be very helpful for him. This free formula of Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party also won a big victory in Punjab. Taking forward the promise of free electricity, he formed the AAP government in Punjab and won with a huge margin.

Conwell Insight, an organization working in the UK electricity sector, said that the way electricity rates are increasing in Britain, due to the coming winter, there is a possibility of more electricity than expected. Sunak said, 'There is no doubt in my mind that more support will be needed. Let us tell that the electricity bill remains a major issue in the UK PM election. Sunak's rival Foreign Minister Liz Truss is leading in the multiple-phased elections.

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