Britain’s finance and health ministers have quit due to many controversies surrounding them for the past some weeks. Jhonson might have to leave the PM post after many recent controversies around his ministers. He even apologized for the scandal which goes against his blunt personality. autocratic and divisive leaders worldwide have a mad following that does not allow them to accept their mistakes.
Both Sajid and Rishi curated letters for resignations which are also released to the public and media. both the letters are trying to bring Boris with them and his abilities to run the country. it is clear both the Indian and Pakistani root ministers are out to get him.
the entire war began after a pastor who was previously accused of sexual misconduct. The Boris government in his arrogance wanted to give him some government posts but it did not go down well with the British people he had to make a public apology and even his own premiership might sink.
Both former ministers had used the public stage to support the PM during this scandal over his office’s treatment of the case. Boris paid no attention to covid rules and enjoyed parties at the Downing Street office. his stupid act of putting other lives in danger has not gone down well with British people but his racist and hateful rants are completely fine with Britishers. Old habits die hard.
Rishi also argued to the prime minister about the heavy spending on the parties when the British people are suffering from pandemics and inflation.
Rishi Sunak comments about PM Boris Jhonson:
Rishi said, “For me to step down as Chancellor while the world is suffering the economic consequences of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and other serious challenges is a decision that I have not taken lightly.”
I have spoken to the Prime Minister to tender my resignation as Secretary of State for Health & Social Care. It h… “
Sajid Javid about Boris:
“However, the public rightly expects the government to be conducted properly, competently, and seriously. I recognize this may be my last ministerial job, but I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning.”
“I regret to say, however, that it is clear to me that this situation will not change under your leadership – and you have therefore lost my confidence too,” Javid was furious in his resignation letter to Jhonson.