Amul shares an original doodle to congratulate “Rishi Sunuk”

By CNBCTV18.COM IST (Released)


The creation featured the 42-year-old politician and the brand’s mascot walking past London Bridge

As well wishes poured in to congratulate Rishi Sunak, who made history by becoming Britain’s first Indian-born Prime Minister on October 25, dairy brand Amul shared a quirky doodle on Instagram to congratulate him on his new role.

The creation featured the 42-year-old politician and the brand’s mascot walking past London Bridge.

The name ‘Rishi SunUK’ is written on the post with the letters UK highlighted in red. The text below reads “Prime Makhan” with the letters P and M highlighted in red.

Netizens were quick to react with one (raghavan.r_1958) congratulating the dairy brand for the interesting creation.

” Marvellous ! Amul ka jawab nahin! the user wrote on Instagram.

Another user (devina_dini) said: “Amazing!”

At the time of this report, the post had managed to get over 7,500 likes on Instagram.

Sunak is the first person of Asian descent to become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He was chosen as leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the country after Liz Truss resigned earlier this month. Sunak was welcomed by world leaders, with most expressing hope for closer bilateral ties.

US President Joe Biden hailed Sunak’s nomination as a “revolutionary step”. He later took to Twitter to congratulate Sunak and said he looked forward “to strengthening our cooperation on issues critical to global security and prosperity.”

Frenchman Emmanuel Macron said the two countries would “continue to work together to meet the challenges of the moment”.

“I look forward to our continued cooperation and partnership in NATO and (the) G7 as close friends,” German Chancellor Olaf Scholz tweeted.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent “special Diwali wishes to the ‘living bridge’ of Indians in the UK”.


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