'I felt that I could make a difference': Rishi Sunak's 100 days as UK PM2 min read . Updated: 04 Feb 2023, 07:18 AM IST
- Rishi Sunak took charge at 10 Downing Street a day after Diwali last year on October 25
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Rishi Sunak marked his 100th day in office as the first non-white British Prime Minister on Thursday. In a TV interview, Sunak revealed why he chose to become the prime minister of the UK. "For me it’s about duty. There’s a concept in Hinduism called dharma, which roughly translates into duty and that’s how I was raised. It was about doing the things that were expected of you and trying to do the right thing," Sunak said.
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