Arch-rivals India and Pakistan are on the verge of history to share a pride
even though neither of them played a role in it, as Rishi Sunak is set to become the first non-White Prime Minister of Britain.
On Diwali, after Penny Mordaunt withdrew from the race, the 42-year-old former chancellor
A devout Hindu, was chosen without opposition as the new leader of the ruling Conservative Party.
Although Sunak's grandparents were born in Gujranwala, which is now in modern-day Pakistan, they were British Indian natives.
The new British leader is thus paradoxically both an Indian and a Pakistani.
Gujranwala is a crowded, heavily populated area with winding streets lined with shops selling clothing, jewellery, electronics, and other goods.
Hindu temples, Sikh gurdwaras, and old, abandoned homes that, despite their disrepair, stood tall
And beautiful among newly renovated small homes can all be found in the area, according to the report.