UK Election Campaign: Kejriwal model adopting sage Sunak in Britain? Promise like free electricity

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UK Election Campaign: Kejriwal model adopting sage Sunak in Britain? Promise like free electricity
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Rishi Sunak Election Campaign: Former UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak on Tuesday promised that if he is elected the next Prime Minister of the country, then with the rising electricity bills of the houses Will give more money to help people in dealing. The leaders of the Conservative Party involved in the race for the post of Prime Minister are also 42 -year -old Bharatvanshi Sunak. He insisted on saving by limiting loans for financial assistance of the people.

Delhi CM also made the same promise

Let us know that almost the same election promise was made by CM Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi before the elections. His system was also very effective. In view of this success, Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party used this formula as an election promise in Punjab as well. He also won the election of Punjab by furthering the promise of free electricity.

Increasing electricity bill in Britain is an important issue

Convail Insight, an organization working in the field of electricity in Britain, has predicted that increasing electricity bills more than estimated in this winter Can be. Sunak said, "There is no doubt in my mind that more support will be needed." In the race for the post of Prime Minister, the electricity bill remains a major issue in the promotion of Sunak and External Affairs Minister Liz Trus.

The next PM can be heard

It is worth mentioning that after the resignation of PM Boris Johnson in Britain, the ruling Conservative Party has launched an election campaign for the election of his successor. In September, the new PM will be selected through the final voting of party members. The election process is going on in several stages. Sunak's rival External Affairs Minister Liz Trus is leading in the feet so far. In the two referendum surveys conducted so far, Trus has taken an edge over Sunak.

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