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Indian-Origin Rishi Sunak To Run For UK PM Post, Says ‘Want To Fix Economy’

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London: Indian-origin Rishi Sunak confirmed on Sunday that he will run for the post of Prime Minister to replace the outgoing Liz Truss from the post.

With this announcement, Sunak makes his second bid for the post of UK Prime Minister. Confirming his candidacy, he took to Twitter and added “The United Kingdom is a great country but we face a profound economic crisis. That’s why I am standing to be Leader of the Conservative Party and your next Prime Minister.”

In a statement issued by Sunak, he said “I want to fix our economy, unite our Party and deliver for our country.”

He said that “The challenges we face now are even greater. But the opportunities – if we make the right choice – are phenomenal.”

According to reports, Rishi Sunak has already garnered the support of 100 Tory MPs to contest against former PM Boris Johnson, who is yet to announce his candidacy.

Rishi Sunak further added “I have a track record of delivery, a clear plan to fix the biggest problem we face and I will deliver on the promise of the 2019 manifesto.”

He further claimed that “there will be integrity, professionalism and accountability at every level of the government I lead and I will work day in and day out to get the job done.”

Sunak finally concluded the statement by saying that “I am asking you for the opportunity to help fix our problems.”

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