Uk Pm 2022 Candidate Rishi Sunak Embarrassed Of His Words Know What He Said
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Indian-origin Rishi Sunak, who is leading the race for the post of Prime Minister of Britain, had to be embarrassed in the first televised debate. Actually, behind the place where he was sitting, there was a banner of his election campaign campaign. The campaign’s spelling was wrong on that banner. As soon as the eyes of the users watching this debate live on social media fell on him, they drew Sunak’s attention to this mistake. Sunak was embarrassed at this.
In Britain, the Conservative Party is going to elect a new PM in place of Boris Johnson. Rishi Sunak is also ahead in the race for this post. However, the final completion of this process is still late. Sunak is the son-in-law of Narayan Murthy, the founder of India’s leading software company Infosys.
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Sunak, who was the Finance Minister in the Johnson government, took part in the first TV debate last day, but got trolled in this. When people watching his debate live on Twitter saw the banner behind him, they started commenting on the wrong spelling of the campaign. The word campaign written under the QR code on the banner was spelled incorrectly in English as ‘campiagn’, while the correct spelling is ‘campaign’.
‘Ready for Rishi’ changed to ‘Ready for spellcheck’
Sunak was left embarrassed as soon as his attention shifted to this mistake and social media users sparring over it. However, he immediately handled the situation and interestingly changed his slogan ‘Ready for Rishi’ to ‘Ready for spellcheck’.
Rishi Sunak has faced heavy criticism in the past as well. He has also been a target for taxes imposed in Britain during the Corona epidemic and for his wife Akshata Murthy. Akshata is accused of tax evasion. She is considered richer than Britain’s Queen Elizabeth because of her stake in Infosys.