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Rishi Sunak calls to support to Liz Truss govt After Election reasults

UK foreign secretary Liz Truss eligibly beat Rishi Sunak in the Uk pm race after, Resignation of Boris Jhonson's resignation in July, after the announcement of the result Rishi Sunak calls for support in the Liz Truss Government

“Thank you to everyone who voted for me in this campaign. I’ve said throughout that the Conservatives are one family. It’s right we now unite behind the new PM, Liz Truss, as she steers the country through difficult times,” Rishi Sunak tweeted.

Liz Truss got 81,236 Votes in her bucket compared to 60,399 votes for Rishi Sunak with a voting of 82.6% 

Former chancellor Rishi Sunak, who lost the vote 57-43 per cent, said he was "proud" of the campaign he ran and indicated once again that he did not plan to serve in a Truss-led Cabinet if offered a job.

"It's a real privilege to have the job that I've had, to have been chancellor at a time of enormous difficulty for our country and I am proud of my record as chancellor, helping safeguard our economy through the biggest [pandemic] shock it experienced in something like 300 years," he told the BBC in an interview after the election result.

"I'm now going to be focussed on supporting my constituents first and foremost in North Yorkshire and continuing to be their member of Parliament as long as they'll have me and giving Liz Truss my full support as the new Conservative government gets on with grappling with the challenges ahead of us now," the British Indian former minister said, responding to questions about his future plans.

Truss will take the charge on Tuesday as the UK's 3rd female prime Minister 

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