Indian Rishi Earns the Trust of United Kingdom
By Deepak Kumar Rath
This Deepavali was a colourful one for every Indian for two reasons, one for India’s spectacular win in the cricket match against Pakistan at Melbourne and Indian origin and a proud Hindu, Rishi Sunak becoming the Prime Minister of United Kingdom at the age of 42. After more than two centuries, a young dynamic visionary Indian could be the best candidate for priministership with the white men reposing their faith on him. About Rishi, the global media has posed a great challenge saying that he has little time, less than two years, to make big changes both in the political and economic sphere of United Kingdom. Rishi faces twin challenges to protect the image of his party for the next General elections and to remain as the PM. Secondly, he has to reverse the downward economic situation of the nation. A Christian nation has bestowed faith on the young Hindu leader because of his previous performance during the COVID pandemic. A altra rich man Rishi, is the son in law of Infosys found Narayanmurthy and is a well educated person who studied at Oxford and Stanford Universities. He met his wife Akshata Murthy while studying in the USA. Akshata, born at Hubli city of Karnataka, had a very simple life style. Little did Rishi know that she would be his lady luck, taking him to the highest office of the nation. A teetotaler, Rishi has strong beliefs on Hinduism and he celebrates all Hindu festivals.
During his campaign, he even worshipped Gaumata along with his wife. He had no Qualms in donning a saffron Shawl. The so called Indian secular media gave a negative coverage on his Hindu attire. PDP leader and former CM of Jammu and Kashmir Mahbooba Mufti cried hoarse saying that India should learn a lesson from UK that a leader from minority community is made PM. In reply, BJP Leader has asked Mufti if she could tolerate a Hindu CM in Kashmir. India has a great history and tradition of social harmony and India believes in the concept of the whole world as one family. People from all religions live in India with great peace and harmony in comparsion to other nations. We don’t need any suggestions from anyone about how to adjust people from all communities in our top hierarchy. There are innumerable examples in our political leadership in every party and in all sorts of constitutional posts. The UK is now facing a major financial crisis and this is the reason that the country has changed their PMs. Now all hopes lie on Rishi Sonak, who has truly spoken: “I will unite our country, not with words but with action. I will work day in and day out to deliver for you”. Rishi admired his predecessors restlessness for a change, but he pointed out that she made some mistakes. Rishi has shown true spirit and has assured the nation to bring stability with immediate effect. He has made it clear that difficult decisions are in the pipeline. Rishi is ready to protect the people and their businesses. His government will have integrity, professionalism and accountability at every level. Rishi has assured to follow to fulfill the manifesto of his party like better schools, safer streets, control of the borders, protecting the environment, supporting the armed forces, building the economy. When opportunity comes, you cannot question the moment that is the spirit Rishi is carrying with him. I remember that India too was facing the same situations after ten years of office of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, Our nation was totally running out of track in every sector, and in brief India was hopeless and desperately needed a leader like Narendra Modi. Modi has infused the hope and aspirations amongst the fellow Indians and thereafter Indians have reposed their faith on his able leadership and good governance. Modi has brought drastic changes in governance and now India is on right track to achieve a five Trillion economy. Likewise, one hopes that Rishi, a young Hindu brain, will certainly fulfill the aspirations of the white men. Because the colour matters in the West, not in India. All races have equal status in India.
Unity in Diversity is the USP of India. So, India does not need the comments from the so called intellectuals to learn about diversity that happened in UK.