Rishi Sunak, a former UK Chancellor of Indian descent, got criticised online for misspelling the word “campaign” in a banner that was shown during his first TV debate for the job of UK Prime Minister. He responded by saying, “Ready for spellcheck,” which was in line with his campaign slogan, “Ready for Rishi.”
Cyberbullying is happening because Mr. Sunak’s tax decisions during the epidemic and his wife Akshata Murty’s tax evasion case have been harshly criticised. Narayana Murthy, who started Infosys, also has a daughter named Akshata Murty.
“Adam Bienkov, Political Editor and Correspondent of Byline Times, said that Rishi Sunak’s last speech, in which he bragged about his “competence” and “seriousness,” would have been more effective if he hadn’t been sitting in front of a sign that misspelt the word “campaign.” He said this in a tweet.
In the second round of voting to replace Boris Johnson, on the other hand, Rishi Sunak got the most votes. Mr. Sunak got 101 votes. The trade minister, Penny Mordaunt, got 83 votes, and the foreign secretary, Liz Truss, got 64 votes.
Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, got 101 votes, followed by Penny Mordaunt, the Minister of State for Trade Policy, who got 83 votes, Liz Truss, the Foreign Secretary, who got 64 votes, Kemi Badenoch, the former Minister of State for Equalities, who got 49 votes, and Tom Tugendhat, the Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee (32).