UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated that he worries about his daughter's safety when she is out alone and that men frequently take their own liberties for granted.
London: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated that he worries about his daughter’s safety when she is out alone and that men frequently take their own liberties for granted. Rishi Sunak spoke openly about his elder daughter, Krishna, and expressed his concern over a number of incidents in the UK, including the shooting death of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool.
Rishi Sunak, who is determined to reduce crime in the UK, stated, “My eldest is at the age where she wants to walk places by herself, which is why we weren’t in that flat in Downing Street in that last term when I was chancellor.”
“I would like to clear the sky so that every kid, along with mine, can walk around safely.” That’s what every parent wants for their kids. In the past, I and many other men have taken safety for granted. Events from the previous year made it clear that many women and girls do not always feel as safe as they should. “As a result, tackling that and making it safer for people is something that’s just personally quite important to me,” he added.
Rishi Sunak also assured that he is determined to reduce crime during his premiership. “I view it as a part of levelling up,” Rishi Sunak said, adding that “it’s often people who are in parts of the country that may feel like they’ve been looked over in the past, or that are from more disadvantaged backgrounds that crime impacts the most.”
Sunak stated, “I am adamant about putting more police officers on the street to reduce the neighbourhood crime graph, which is critical.”