UK elections: Sorry.. responsible for defeat: Rishi Sunak

The Conservative Party led by Rishi Sunak was defeated in the British general election. He responded to this.









Galla S Kiran Kumar, Bureau Chief 

London: The Conservative Party has been defeated in the British Parliament elections. With this, the leader of that party, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Indian descent accepted defeat. He said that he is responsible for this defeat.

“The Labor Party has won this general election. On this occasion, I congratulate the leader of that party, Keir Starmer. Power changes hands peacefully. It gives everyone confidence in the future and stability of our country,” said Sunak. After the results, he addressed party supporters in his home constituency of Richmond and Northern Allerton. Asking them to forgive them on this occasion, they announced that they are responsible for the defeat. Meanwhile, Sunak won another term as MP.

Elections were held in 650 seats across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It has to win 326 seats for power. According to the details received so far, the Labor Party has crossed the majority mark. The party, which is moving towards a huge victory, is moving towards the 400 mark. The Conservative Party crossed 80 seats.

The Conservative Party has been in power in Britain for the past 14 years. Rishi Sunak was elected as the Prime Minister two years ago and created history as the first person of Indian origin to hold this post. However, his popularity has been declining in recent times. His own party leaders have criticized his decisions on immigration restrictions and other issues. Sunak has been involved in many controversies during the recent election campaign. The ratings of Sunak and his Conservative Party have been falling in public opinion polls.

Keir Starmer’s Victory Speech..

Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labor Party, gave a speech after the great victory of the Labor Party in this election. Speaking to his supporters who will take over as the next Prime Minister of Britain, he commented that the future of this country is visible again after 14 years. “Thank you all. You have changed our country. People’s judgment places a great responsibility on us. Let’s start a new chapter. Let’s start working towards the restoration of the country” he called