What is the connection of Rishi Sunak with India, owns more wealth than Queen Elizabeth of London

Publish Date: 20 Jul, 2022 |

Rishi Sunak's name is in a lot of discussion these days. Indian-origin British leader Rishi Sunak is leading the Conservative Party as a candidate for the post of PM. At the same time, there is a lot of enthusiasm in India too. Because the Prime Minister of Britain, which had enslaved India, will become a person of Indian origin. 

Counted among the richest people in Britain

Rishi Sunak is counted among the richest people in Britain. His wealth is more than that of Queen Elizabeth of Britain. Elizabeth's assets are about five thousand crore rupees. He was born on 12 May 1980 in Southampton, UK. Both his parents were of Indian origin. Father was a doctor, while mother used to run the dispensary. Rishi is the eldest of three siblings. He studied political science from Winchester College.

He was an analyst with the investment bank, Goldman Sachs, from 2001 to 2004, and later was a partner in two hedge funds. Apart from this, his government salary as MP and Chancellor is £ 1,51,649. Speaking of real estate, Sunak's constituency of Richmond has a £1.5 million Grade II-listed manor house in the village of Kirby Sigston near Northallerton, which was purchased only in 2015. Also bought in 2010 is a five-bedroom townhouse in South Kensington, London, worth £4.5 million. There is also a penthouse apartment in Santa Monica, California.

Rishi Sunak’s wife

Akshata Murty, the Indian wife of British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak, is in a lot of discussion these days. 42-year-old Akshata Murthy has shares worth about one billion dollars in Infosys. This makes her richer than Queen Elizabeth II. According to the 2021 Sunday Times Rich List, it is approximately £350 million ($460 million). Akshata owns a £7 million five-bedroom home in upscale Kensington in London and a flat in Santa Monica, California.


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