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Preeti Patel was made the Home Minister in the Johnson Cabinet, the first Indian to be elected to this post.

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  • Preeti became Conservative MP for the first time in 2010 from Essex
  • Theresa was an outspoken critic of policies in relation to love
  • Speaking after assuming office – My first attempt will be to keep the country and people safe

London. Pratibha Patel (47), the Conservative leader of Indian origin, has been made the new Home Minister of Britain. Preeti is the first person of Indian origin to be captured in this position. He was a vocal critic of Theresa’s policies about Brejitz. Earlier, the British Home Minister was a Sajid Javid of Pakistani origin. He has now been made the Finance Minister.

After assuming the charge of working for the country’s security, Priti said, “During my tenure, my first attempt will be to ensure that our country and its people are safe. For the past some time too there have been violence on the roads, we will also stop it. There are certain challenges before us, but we will deal with it all. “A few hours before taking office, Preity had said that it is necessary that the Cabinet not only lead not only the new Britain but also the new Conservative Party.

Priority was an important part of the ‘Back Boris’ campaign, to remove Boris Johnson in the Conservative party and to make Prime Minister the Prime Minister. After becoming the Prime Minister of Johnson, he was considered to be given the crucial responsibility. Preeti has long been fond of going out of Britain’s European Union (EU). For this, he also launched ‘Vote Leve’ campaign from June 2016.

9 years ago she had become MP, Preity became the Conservative MP from Essex in Beetham for the first time in 2010. In David Cameron’s led government, he got the responsibility of the Indian community. In 2014 the Treasury Minister (Junior Administrative Posts) and in 2015 became the Employment Minister. In 2016, Theresa May promoted them and made Foreign Minister in the Department of International Development. In 2017, he was asked to resign from the post.

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