UK PM Competitor Rishi Sunak Visits Temple in Janmashtami With Wife Akshata Murthy | look here

Former British Chancellor and Tory leadership contender Rishi Sunak on Thursday went to a temple to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Krishna Janmashtami.

Sunak is accompanied by his wife Akshata Murthy during his visit to the Bhaktivedanta Manor temple.

On Twitter he wrote, “Today I visited the Bhaktivedanta Manor temple with my wife Akshata to celebrate Janmashtami, before the popular Hindu festival celebrating Lord Krishna’s birthday,” along with a photo of him at the temple.

The Indian leader, who is in the race to become Britain’s next Prime Minister, is a proud practitioner of Hinduism.

The former minister, who stepped down from the Boris Johnson government and now follows British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in most surveys, has previously said racism was not a factor in his party membership decision to choose the next party leader.

According to a recent Tory voter survey, Truss has consolidated his lead over former chancellor Rishi Sunak in the race to become British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party.

The latest Conservative Home Survey released on Wednesday has yielded almost the same results as when it was last published earlier this month.

“Then, Rishi Sunak is at 26 percent, Liz Truss is at 58 percent and 12 percent undecided. Now, the numbers are 28 percent, 60 percent and nine percent. We’ve rolled the Good and Don’t Want to Vote the same column each time. this,” said the Conservative House survey of 961 party members, who have or will cast their ballots in the leadership election.

After members belonging to the “don’t know” category were evenly split between the two competitors, Truss maintained a 32-point lead over former Minister Sunak.

“In case we don’t know divided equally between the two candidates, the exercise we did last time, Truss is up to 64 per cent and Sunak to 32 per cent – and maintains the 32-point lead he had last time. The last YouGov poll, which closed on Aug. 2 , the day our last survey came out, gave him a 38-point lead. Opinium’s most recent poll, conducted last week, gave him a 22-point lead,” the survey added.

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