Firm connected to Rishi Sunak’s wife is still open in Russia and STILL getting government contracts

Dodgy dealings? Rishi Sunak’s government has given a large commercial contract to Infosys, a firm part-owned by his wife Akshata Murty, even though it had failed to stop operating in Russia. Why?

Remember Infosys?

This is the technology company in which Rishi Sunak’s wife owns shares worth an alleged £400 million, and which was found to be operating in Russia after the UK had sanctioned firms that operate in, and profit from, connections with that country after it invaded Ukraine.

Infosys claimed in April last year that it was closing its office in Russia – providing a lucky escape for the then-Chancellor, who had refused to take any action about the company’s continued commercial interest in a country that the UK should have been shunning.

Now we learn the following:

So, after Sunak became prime minister the UK government gave a large contract to the company his wife partly-owns, even though it had not left Russia as it had promised.

Should we not have a statement from Sunak on how this has happened and what he proposes to do about it?

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