Rishi Sunak and Preity Patel raise their voices against racism, know what they said

Rishi Sunak and Preity Patel raise their voices against racism, know what they said

UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak and Home Minister Preeti Patel have voiced against racism amid protests across the world, while the country's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has praised his cabinet full of diversity. Johnson called his cabinet the most diverse cabinet in the history of Britain and called for restraint between anti-racist demonstrations. The Prime Minister released a video message on social media and reiterated that "yes, the lives of blacks matter". He also stressed the need to maintain physical distance in the country's fight against the Corona virus epidemic. In reference to Sunak and Patel, Johnson said, "I take pride in leading the most ethnically diverse government in the history of this country." Two of the country's four most important ministries are in charge of a man of Indian origin and a woman. "He said that he would not support those who are violating the laws of physical distance at such a time." When the country faces the risk of renewed infection. He called upon people to exercise restraint during the demonstrations.

35 police officers were injured last weekend during anti-racist demonstrations in Britain with the slogan 'Black lives matter'. Patel voiced against racism, but also condemned the violence during the demonstrations. He said in the House of Commons, "These demonstrations are against injustice, but during this time our courageous policemen are under attack." Inappropriate methods are being used in demonstrations. "In response to a question from an opposition Labor Party MP, he said that he himself has faced racism in many ways in his childhood, so" when talking about racism, sexism, tolerance or social When it comes to justice, I don't want to hear any lecture from the other side of the House. "On the other hand, Indian-origin Finance Minister Rishi Sunak shared his message against racism on social media, saying that racism still exists in Britain. They said, "Being a British Asian, I know that racism still exists in the country." And I know people are disappointed. They want to see change. But no better society is made overnight. Like other great works of creation, it happens slowly and depends on the cooperation of each one of us towards the goal. ”Sunak condemned the violence and sabotage that occurred during the demonstrations. It is notable that after the killing of a black man George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis, USA, there are demonstrations against racism around the world, including violence, arson, looting and sabotage.