As Sudha Murty receives the Padma Bhushan, Sunak and Akshata “feel proud.”

Akshata, who was present at the event in New Delhi, posted on social media about how she felt about her parents, Sudha Murty and Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy. The Padma Bhushan, India’s third-highest civilian honor, was given to Sudha Murty by Rishi Sunak, the first Indian-origin prime minister of the United Kingdom, and his wife Akshata Murty.

In addition to becoming the First Lady at 10 Downing Street, Akshata attended the event in New Delhi and posted on social media about her feelings for her parents, Sudha Murty and Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy.
In her response, Sunak said that it was “a proud day.”

On Thursday (06), Akshata wrote on Twitter, “Yesterday I watched with unspeakable pride as my mother received the Padma Bhushan from the President of India.” Akshata’s mother, 72, earned the honour.

Akshata wrote about her mother’s remarkable journey from STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) to storytelling in a post last month on International Women’s Day. However, she noted that her mother’s humanitarian and volunteer work was what really inspired her.

She mentioned that her mother has been giving back to her community for more than 25 years in a variety of ways, including founding and managing charitable organizations, supporting literacy programs, and aiding those in need, particularly in isolated areas of India after natural disasters have destroyed their lives.

While residing at 10 Downing Street, Akshata said that her mother’s example has inspired her to place a priority on “volunteering, learning, and listening.” She added that because of the principles of perseverance, modesty, and altruism taught in her and her brother by their parents, her mother is not motivated by praise and is constantly seeking for ways to assist people.
Akshata continued, saying it was an emotional experience for her to see her mother honoured for her accomplishments.

In a social media post, Akshata’s brother Rohan Murty also praised their mother and called her a “positive force” in their life. Murty gave an acceptance speech at the ceremony, in front of her family, thanking the Indian people for their constant support.

She gave them credit for her Padma Bhushan award and expressed the hope that it would encourage the next generation to pursue a career in social welfare for the country’s ongoing development. Murty continued, “The goodness of a few people can give hope to millions.”

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