The real power of Indians is hence proved!
It is remarkable that Britain, which once ruled India, now recognizes and honours the services and practices of the same Indians.
Indigenous Indians are now living in Britain. They are into economic, social and service sectors. They are clearly emerging as key policymakers in the political arena. Non-resident Indians are playing a key role in Britain's political arena as Financial minister and Home Ministers after the Prime Minister. Indians have held key positions in Britain's cabinet since the recent parliamentary elections. Rishi Sunak is the most important finance minister and Pritipatel as the Home Minister. Alok Sharma as Minister of Industry, Energy and Trade and Sumella Brewerman as another Minister. Playing a key role in policymaking.
One of them is Rishi Sunak, the head of the Indian giant software company, Narayana Murthy's son-in-law. The economic role is the most crucial after the Prime Minister. In December last year, he won the Richmond constituency in the Yorkshire area of Northern England. 97 per cent of voters in this electorate is white. Mostly rural. Rishi Sunak has won the non-resident Indians constituency. Recognizing Rishi Sunak's talents in the financial sector, Boris Johnson took him to the cabinet. Previously the Finance Minister was Sajid Hussain, a Pakistani national.
Preethi Patel is Indian another resident who plays a key role in British politics. She is spinning the wheel as the most crucial home minister. She is from Gujarat and settled in Britain. She has been elected to the 'Vidham' constituency since 2010. Since 2016 she has been working in the Conservancy Cabinet. She was educated at Keeley University and the University of Essex. Her policies, programs, and schemes were widely publicized in Britain. Preeti Patel, a devotee of Venkateswaraswamy, visits the Swami Narayan Temple in London. After visiting the temple, she started campaigning in the last election.
Another expatriate Indian, Alok Sharma, 52, is serving as British minister. Prime Minister Boris Johnson came to the attention of his efficient minister as industrial, energy and trade minister. It is remarkable that Britain, which once ruled India, now recognizes and honours the services and practices of the same Indians. This is good news. Let us hope that expatriates play a more important role in British politics than before. It is remarkable that pravasya practices are recognized and respected.