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“Rishi Sunak Didn’t Work 70 Hours a Week”: A Narayana Murthy Reference in Memes


“Rishi Sunak Didn’t Work 70 Hours a Week”: A Narayana Murthy Reference in Memes. Social media erupted with memes after Rishi Sunak’s Conservative Party suffered a major defeat in the UK’s parliamentary election. The internet, known for its unforgiving and unforgetful nature, quickly referenced Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy’s controversial statement from last October. Murthy had suggested that young people should be prepared to work 70 hours a week to enhance India’s work culture and global competitiveness.

Internet Reacts with Humour

Social media users humorously speculated that Sunak, married to Murthy’s daughter Akshata Murty, likely did not follow his father-in-law’s advice, leading to his party’s defeat. The memes, blending political critique with a touch of familial humor, quickly went viral, adding a lighter note to the serious political discourse.

Keir Starmer Set to Become Prime Minister

Meanwhile, Keir Starmer is poised to become the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after his Labour Party secured a substantial majority in the parliamentary election. At 61, Starmer, a former human rights lawyer and public prosecutor, will be the oldest person to assume the office in nearly half a century.

Sunak Reflects on Defeat

In the aftermath of the election, Rishi Sunak acknowledged the public’s “sobering verdict” and emphasized the need for reflection and learning. Sunak’s tenure as Prime Minister began in 2022 after the brief and turbulent premiership of Liz Truss, who resigned after just 45 days.

The election results mark a significant shift in the UK’s political landscape, with Labour’s victory indicating a strong desire for change among the electorate. As Starmer prepares to take office, the nation looks forward to the new direction his leadership promises.

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