Priti Patel is the new British home minister
Priti Patel is the new Home Minister and Sajid Javid of Pakistani origin has been made Finance Minister in the new British cabinet
The tensions between India and Pakistan shows no sign of abating. But in Britain, which once ruled these two countries, has found an unsurpassed way to bring people from the two neighboring countries together. The new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has included two people of Indian and Pakistani origin in his ministry.
Priti Patel has been made the UK's new Home Secretary [Minister'. She is a British citizen of Indian origin, and is the first Indian to reach this position. At the same time, Sajid Javid of Pakistani origin has been made the new Finance Minister. Javid was earlier the UK Home Minister. He was also in the prime ministerial race, but later he announced he would support Johnson.
Priti Patel's Journey
Preeti Patel has been in many important positions in the UK (Photo-Reuters)
Preeti Patel is 47 years old. She was born in London. His father is from Gujarat. But later he went to Uganda. Priti Patel's parents settled in the UK in the 60's. Priti had joined the Conservative party at an early age. She is considered a supporter of Narendra Modi. Priti Patel was elected MP for the first time in 2010.
Journey of Sajid Javid
Sajid Javed has taken over many important ministries (photo-Reuters)
Sajid Javid is 49 years old. He belongs to a family of Pakistani origin. Javid was born in Rockland, UK. Last year, he was made Home Minister. Javid also became an MP for the first time in 2010. Sajid once told a UK newspaper that his father was from a small village in Pakistan who had come to Britain in search of work at the age of 17. Javid said that his father worked in a textile mill. Then he became a bus driver. During his school days, Javid's interest grew in banking and investment. Later Javid achieved great success in this area and today has got the post of Finance Minister.
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