Published by: Monishankar Choudhury | Posted: April 20, 2022 2:08 pm| Updated: April 20, 2022 2:08 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: British PM Boris Johnson apologizes to Parliament over partisan debateBoris Johnson). Earlier, London police had fined 20 people for breaking the rules and partying on Downing Street in the presence of the Prime Minister at Lockdown. As a result, in the face of opposition pressure, Johnson has now admitted his wrongdoing in front of lawmakers.
Najehal British Prime Minister Boris Johnson involved in ‘Partigate’ scandal. During the lockdown, he sat in his house and had a wine party. After investigating the incident, the Metropolitan Police has fined 20 people present at the party at the Prime Minister’s residence. As a result, it is clear that there has been a great deal of pressure on British politics. According to some analysts, the public has lost confidence in Johnson’s reputation.
According to the British police, the Prime Minister had more than one party in Corona. After the investigation, Boris was found guilty. The same allegation was leveled against Finance Minister Rishi Sunak. All of them were fined. But the opposition was not satisfied with the ‘punishment’ of the Prime Minister. They demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister. At the same time, the opposition demanded that the Prime Minister stand in Parliament and apologize unconditionally for his ‘irresponsible’ actions. In the end, under pressure, Boris apologized unconditionally.
It should be noted that the lockdown rule was enforced in the whole of Britain for two long years to stop Corona. But during that lockdown, it was alleged that a number of parties were organized at 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the British Prime Minister. At least three of them were reportedly attended by the Prime Minister himself. A few months ago, a picture of Johnson attending a party was leaked to a number of leading British dailies. Police named in the investigation.
It is worth mentioning that Sue Gray, a veteran British bureaucrat, submitted a report on Downing Street last February in the ‘Partigate’ scandal. In the report, bureaucrat Sue Gray sharply criticizes the Boris Johnson government’s “leadership failure.” In his report, he made it clear that these parties did not adhere to the discipline of the top brass of the British government. Not even the discipline that ordinary British citizens were supposed to have at that time. The leadership should not have allowed the party in some cases.
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