As Britain's new PM, Indian-origin Rishi Sunak is lagging far behind his rival Liz Truss. According to a report, the chances of him becoming the new PM of the country are slim. Sunak is far behind Truss in many surveys. After losing the post of PM of Boris Johnson in Britain, there is a tough fight between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss of Indian origin in the race for Conservative MPs. However, Sunak has lagged behind Liz in the debate. Liz Truss's words are affecting the people of Britain more.
Sunak has pledged up to £200 free electricity to vulnerable people in Britain amid an unprecedented heat and energy crisis. Sunak has tried to play the trump card by promising free electricity to the weaker sections amid the energy crisis. According to UK daily The Times, Rishi Sunak said in one of his speeches, "People now need to be reassured about what we will do and what matters most."
Sunak said he focused solely on tackling domestic challenges like inflation.Which his country is facing today. However, several analysts and surveys suggest that Sunak faces a bigger challenge for 10 Downing Street. Although Sunak has said that he likes to lose elections, he will not make false promises to the public.
Rishi Sunak repeatedly attacked Liz Truss's economic policies in his first face-to-face TV debate. Former Chancellor Sunak accused the foreign secretary of soliciting a short-term Chinese rush by cutting national insurance. Also accused him of taking wrong decisions on tax cuts, China's policy and inflation. Truss, on the other hand, accused his former cabinet colleague of raising taxes at their highest level for 70 years.
Sunak told Truss that his tax-cutting plan would kill lakhs of people in misery. The Conservatives will have to pay the price in the next election. Truss, on the other hand, claimed that Sunak's planning would lead to a recession in the country. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and former Chancellor Rishi Sunak Johnson had good relations with each other when they were in the cabinet. They were blaming each other for the election at Victoria Hall in Stoke-on-Trent.