London: Indian-origin Rishi Sunak, who won the 5th round of the election for the new Prime Minister of England, has been selected as one of the top 2 contestants. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently resigned from the post. Following this, the ruling Conservative Party is holding an election to choose a new Prime Minister. 8 candidates contested for the post of Prime Minister. Among these, Conservative Party MPs voted in various stages to finally choose 2 candidates.
The 5th and 2nd final round of voting took place yesterday. In this, Rishi Sunak of Indian origin got first place with 137 votes. Foreign Minister Liz Truss came second with 113 votes. Benny Morton received 105 votes. With this, Rishi Sunak and Liz Drus have been selected as the final 2 contestants to exit the Penny competition. Next, the final round of voting will be held. In that, about 2 lakh members of the Conservative Party will vote. Whoever gets more than 50 percent of that vote wins. Hence, Rishi Sunak, who is at the top position at the end of 5 rounds of election, has entered the final round of finals. Sunaku has a high chance of winning the final round of elections and becoming the next Prime Minister of England.