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UK PM Rishi Sunak had fallen in love with Akshata in college, interesting love story

UK PM Rishi Sunak had fallen in love with Akshata in college, interesting love story

Rishi Sunak had fallen in love with Akshata in college, Narayanmurthy’s reaction was like this when he met his son-in-law!

Since the resignation of British Prime Minister Liz Truss, Rishi Sunak’s name was at the forefront of the race for the Prime Minister’s post. Sir Graham Brady formally announced Sunak to be Prime Minister after Penny Mordent withdrew. Rishi Sunak is also the husband of Akshata Murthy, daughter of Infosys co-founder and veteran businessman Narayan Murthy. Ever since the news of Rishi Sunak becoming the Prime Minister of Britain has come, since then Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy are being searched a lot on the internet.

What did Sunak’s father-in-law say?
Infosys co-founder and Sunak’s father-in-law NR Narayana Murthy has also reacted to the son-in-law Rishi Sunak becoming the Prime Minister. He said he was proud of hearing and wished him all the success. He said that we are confident that Sunak will give his best performance for the people of Britain.

Akshata Murthy belongs to a business family. Akshata is the only daughter of Infosys co-founder and India’s leading businessmen NR Narayana Murthy and Sudha Murthy. Akshata also has a brother named Rohan. Rohan is also the founder of Soroko. Rishi Sunak was surrounded many times in Britain on the dispute related to his wife’s business and tax, but he defended his wife and in-laws every time. So let’s know many important things about Akshata Murthy and how she met the sage for the first time.

Akshata Murthy was born in 1980. After birth, Akshata’s parents shifted to Mumbai in connection with work and left Akshata to live with her grandparents.

In a letter to Akshata, her father had written that, both your mother and I were young at that time and were trying to establish their feet in career. This letter has also been written about in “Legacy; Letters from eminent parents to their daughter”.

Akshata’s father wrote in this letter, ‘Two months after you were born in Hubballi, we brought you to Mumbai but we soon realized the importance of raising a child and managing a career simultaneously. It was a difficult task to do. So we decided that you will live in Hubli with your grandparents in the initial days of your life.

Akshata’s father NR Narayana Murthy had told that it was a very difficult decision for her to leave Akshata with her grandparents. Every weekend he would take a flight to Belgaum and then take a car rental from the airport to Hubli. Even though it would have been very expensive to do so, Narayanmurthy could not live without seeing his daughter.

Akshata’s mother is Sudha Murthy, a computer scientist and engineer. Sudha was the first woman engineer to work for Tata, India’s largest carmaker. Now Sudha is working to improve public healthcare.

When Akshata came back to her parents again, her life was not as easy as it used to be while living in Hubli with her grandparents.

Every day between 8 pm and 10 pm, Akshata and Rohan used to do their school homework and their parents used to read physics, maths, engineering and history books or do office work in the meantime.

Gradually Akshata’s family moved towards prosperity but still Akshata’s parents kept a regular autorickshaw instead of a private car to take her to school and bring her back. Akshata became friends with many of Akshata’s friends while going to school every day by autorickshaw, even Akshata became friends with the uncle of the rickshaw.

Akshata went to the private liberal Claremont McKenna College in California, where she studied economics and French, before attending the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. He also worked at Deloitte and Unilever before pursuing his MBA at Stanford University.

This is how the first meeting with Rishi Sunak happened

Akshata met Rishi Sunak at Stanford University. Who got admission here under the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Four years later, Akshata and Rishi got married in Bangalore. Indian cricket team spinner Anil Kumble, Rahul Dravid also attended the wedding of Akshata and Rishi.

Narayan Murthy was saddened to hear sage Sunakal’s praise from his daughter’s mouth for the first time

Akshata’s father said, ‘When Akshata told me about her new life partner for the first time, I felt very bad and felt jealous. But when I met Rishi and found him to be brilliant, handsome and most importantly honest, I understood why Akshata loved him.

After Stanford, Akshata joined the Fund, a Dutch clean technology incubator in San Francisco in 2007 as marketing director, but left to start her own fashion label, (Akshata Designs).

In an interview given to the Times of India in 2009, Akshata had said, “Looking at the success of my parents, everyone asks whether I will also achieve such achievements in my life… but I am sure that” One day this business will grow and I will be able to do something on my own. In the interview, Akshata had also said that this is my passion and I cannot even think of paying attention to anything other than this. However, this business of Akshata fell within 3 years.

Akshata Murthy is richer than the Queen of Britain!

Let us tell you that Akshata holds 0.91 percent stake in Infosys. Which is worth about $ 900 million (690 million euros). According to reports, she is richer than the Queen of Britain.

Properties of Akshata and Sunak

Akshata and Sunak have at least 4 houses in UK and California. Along with this, he also has a 5 bedroom house in Kensington which is worth around 7 million euros (Rs 56 crore). Along with this, he also has a Georgian mansion worth crores which is built on 12 acres in the North Yorkshire constituency of Sunak. Apart from this, he also has a flat in Old Brompton Road, West London. He also owns a penthouse on Santa Monica Beach which is worth 5.5 million euros (Rs 44 crore).


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