UK PM Election: Rishi Sunak's wife Akshata Murthy enters election campaign, is the owner of 4300 Crore

Publish Date: 26 Jul, 2022 |
 

Britain PM 2022: Rishi Sunak, a contender for prime minister of Britain in 2022, is actively involved in the electoral process. Meanwhile, Rishi Sunak is supported by his family as well. Rishi Sunak's wife Akshata Murti ran a campaign for him on Sunday. For those who don’t know, Akshata Murthy is the Daughter of NR Narayan Murthy the co-founder of Infosys. When his family decided to back him during the election campaign, the British candidate for prime minister appeared to be overjoyed. Additionally, he posted photos of his family on social media.


Rishi Sunak’s wife joins the election campaign

The caption of a photo of Rishi Sunak with his family that he shared on Instagram from his official account read, "Family means everything to me.So grateful to have the support of my family at yesterday’s event in Grantham.Thank you to everyone who came along. Sign up via link in bio to hear about future events in your area." Be informed that the images he posted feature Rishi Sunak, his wife Akshata Murthy, and their two daughters. Everybody can be seen smiling widely. The four family members may be seen conversing in another snap. Rishi Sunak can also be seen in the image clutching his daughter's hand during the election campaign.


Who is Akshata Murthy

The wife of well-known British finance minister Rishi Sunak, Akshata Murthy, reportedly has more fortune than the queen of Britain. The daughter of NR Narayana Murthy, a co-founder of Infosys, and Sudha Murthy, a philanthropist, Akshata Murth is a self-made IT magnate. Akshata Murthy holds Infosys stock worth around $1 billion, whereas Queen Elizabeth II has a net worth of about $350 million.

 

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