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Maharashtra-like ‘rebellion’ in UK, After mass resignation Boris Johnson to quit as British PM today: Reports

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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London: Maharashtra-like ‘rebellion’ in UK, According to sources, Boris Johnson will resign as British Prime Minister today. The newly appointed ministers had also deserted him and more than 50 members resigned from his cabinet. Of these, 8 ministers and two secretaries of state resigned in the last 2 hours. This left Johnson extremely isolated and according to media reports, Johnson now had to bow to the demands of the rebel leaders and later announced that he was going to resign.

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According to local media, Conservative leader Boris was tried on several occasions on Wednesday by members of his cabinet to convince him that it was time to leave. But in response, he fired Communities Secretary Michel Gove.

He reportedly first told Boris that he should now resign for the betterment of the Tory party and the country. A source close to Johnson told the BBC that Johnson was saying Gov turned out to be a snake.

Gove played Boris’s right-hand man in Britain’s 2016 Brexit referendum campaign, but then dramatically fought for Conservative leadership in the same year against Boris, and again in 2019 in a battle for Conservative leadership .

The Sun newspaper said Johnson had told his colleagues that he would “have to paint his hands with blood” to get him out of the office.

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Earlier, senior UK cabinet members created a ruckus on Downing Street on Wednesday. During this, some reportedly demanded Prime Minister Boris Johnson to step down as prime minister after dozens of ministers resigned from the cabinet.

According to reports, a cabinet delegation was waiting for a long time to tell the PM that his time was up. Home ministers Priti Patel and Nadim Jahvi are said to be included in this delegation, who have hardly been 24 hours since they became finance ministers.

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