"I Will Fight For My Party" Says PM In India Despite Opposition Due To Partygate

Prime minister Boris Johnson whilst visiting the subcontinent, stated that he'll fight for re-election despite a Mt Everest sized opposition against himself and his staff.

Both the new Anglo-Rwandan Trade Partnership and being fined during the investigations into parties in Downing Street and Whitehall have caused the PM to be viewed as a perpetrator of human rights abuses and for the latter in the words of Sir Keir Starmer: “The human form of our government betraying the British people as they died on mass in overcrowded hospitals”.

Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon (Who has some rule breaking explaining to do herself), stated that: “The prime minister, Boris Johnson, shouldn't be allowed to remain in high office after the crimes he committed”.

Boris gave an interview whilst in India that: “Being able to secure resources for the priced out British lower class and waging verbal war on Russia is more important to not just myself but my position as PM rather than me being finned for celebrating my Birthday”.

Boris is slated to travel across the subcontinent, visiting the Taj Mahal and Gujarat, the latter being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi who championed for the independence of India from the British Raj: Present day Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka (Also known as Ceylon), and Burma (Also known as Myanmar) in 1947. 

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