Prior to the G20 summit’s economic negotiations with India, Rishi Sunak is receiving criticism

Rishi Sunak, the prime minister of Britain, will go to the G20 conference in India in September. According to sources, Sunak will meet separately with India’s prime leader, Narendra Modi, to discuss the UK-India trade negotiations during his visit. Ahead of the anticipated trade negotiations, Sunak is facing criticism for allegedly having a conflict of interest. The UK’s Prime Minister is in a conflict of interest because Akshata Murty, Sunak’s wife, has shares in the same Indian IT giant Infosys that are worth about £500 million, according to a story by The Guardian.