King Charles III to officially appoint Rishi Sunak as UK’s PM today at Buckingham palace


Rishi Sunak created history by becoming the first Indian-origin Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; on Monday, Rishi Sunak was elected as the new head of the Conservative party and is about to meet King Charles III at Buckingham palace today.

On Tuesday morning, the former resigning Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Liz Truss, will attend a farewell meeting with her cabinet. The former Prime Minister will be bidding farewell to her office on Tuesday.


According to the United Kingdom-based publication the Independent cites sources inside Downing Street, Liz Truss will hold a meeting with King Charles at Buckingham Palace, where she will formally tender her resignation.

After taking up the official resignation from former Prime Minister Liz Truss, King Charles III will meet up with the newly elected Conservative party member. Britain’s Monarch He will officially appoint Indian-origin Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister of the UK.

At around 11:35 am local time, Rishi Sunak will address the nation for the first time as its first Indian-origin prime minister.

Sunak will be the 5th UK Prime Minister in six years. His appointment as prime minister occurred after Liz Truss announced her resignation as Britain’s 56th prime minister on October 20.

Rishi Sunak’s win came on a day when communities celebrated Diwali.

Recently Buckingham palace also announced the official dates of the Coronation ceremony of King Charles decided to be 06 My 2023 at Westminster Abbey next year.


After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles III has proclaimed the new King of the United Kingdom.

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