Rishi Sunak, the Indian-origin British Prime Minister, nominated Prajwal Pandey, a 19-year-old from Siwan, Bihar, to the 30 member core committee, bringing honour to his family, district, and the entire area. He has ties to Jamapur hamlet in Ziradei block, the same village where Dr. Rajendra Prasad, India’s first president, was born.
Currently, Prajwal resides in Sindri, Jharkhand. He is the child of British software engineer Rajesh Pandey. Even now, Prajwal feels a connection to his village. When Rishi Sunak was running for prime minister, Prajwal was a member of the Conservative Party campaign’s core group. Sunak is now in command of the British Prime Minister.
He joined the Conservative Party when he was 16 years old. At the age of 16, Prajwal Pandey began his political career by becoming a member of the British Conservative Party. The young man previously won a seat in the UK Youth Parliament in 2019.
As a youthful Member of Parliament, he gave his first speech to the UK Parliament. After his opening remarks, the audience turned into admirers. At Cambridge University, Pranjal Pandey, Prajwal’s sister, is studying for her MBBS. The British Prime Minister, according to those close to him, has always referred to himself as a very bright learner. In addition, Vineet Kumar Dwivedi, a relative of his, stated that “even after holding such a crucial position, he still greets his folks like he previously did.” However, we and the residents of our region are quite proud of him for joining the group of British Prime Ministers of Indian descent