Narayan Murthy’s daughter is richer than the British Queen, but her husband’s mistake increases the anger

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The son-in-law of Infosys founder Narayana Murthy, one of India’s most prestigious IT companies, and Rishi Sunak, UK Treasury Secretary, were attacked for failing to transparently disclose their assets.

In fact, Narayana Murthy’s daughter Akshata owns 0.91% of Infosys. They are valued at Rs 4,300 crore (430 million pounds). Akshata is one of the richest women in Britain due to her stake in family businesses. She is also richer than Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain, according to the Sunday Times list. Explain that the Maharani has assets worth 3,500 crore rupees (£ 350 million).

The Guardian newspaper claims that Akshata is also a director in several other companies, but Rishi did not discuss this in the government register. Rishi Sunak is said to be worth 2000 crore rupees (200 million pounds). He is also the richest MP in the UK.

It is important to note that in the UK every minister is required to declare all financial interests, which can create a conflict of interest in the performance of their duties. Sunak did not mention anyone other than Akshata in the information given to the register last month.

He only stated that Akshata is small company Catamaran Ventures UK Ltd. Is the owner of. However, recent reports have shown that Akshata and her family have many other financial interests in the UK. The Guardian has also published a list. This shows that Akshata Murthy’s wealth is in billions of trillion rupees.