PM Rishi Sunak visited Swaminarayan temple in Britain

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This temple is also known as Neasden Temple. When the convoy of Rishi Sunak and Akshata Murthy reached the premises of the grand temple on Saturday evening, the people present there welcomed them enthusiastically. After this, both of them performed puja under the guidance of the priests.

London. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murthy offered prayers at the prestigious BAPS Swaminarayan temple in London on the last weekend of their election campaign. This temple is also known as Neasden Temple. When the convoy of Rishi Sunak and Akshata Murthy reached the premises of the grand temple on Saturday evening, the people present there welcomed them enthusiastically. After this, both of them offered prayers under the guidance of priests.

Rishi Sunak interacted with volunteers and community leaders after visiting the temple. Cricket fan Sunak started his address by mentioning India’s victory in the T20 World Cup. He said, “I am a Hindu like all of you and my religion inspires me.”

Rishi Sunak said, “I am proud to take oath as a Member of Parliament with my hand on the ‘Bhagavad Gita’. Our religion teaches that we should do our duty and if we are doing it honestly then we should not worry about the result.” He said, “This is what my dear parents have taught me and this is how I live my life. This is what I want to teach my daughters. It is this religion that guides me in my approach to public service.

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