Entitled Indian 'journalist' needs Rishi Sunak to track down her lost wallet in London,

Sakshi Joshi, Rishi Sunak On Friday (November 4), social media users slammed an entitled Indian ‘journalist’ for expecting the UK’s new Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, to take cognisance of her stolen wallet. In a tweet, ‘journalist’ Sakshi Joshi claimed, “This is extremely shocking. I landed in London & first day pickpocketed on the busiest & supposedly posh Oxford Street. It’s been 20 hrs now. Have filed a complaint with London’s Metropolitan Police but no response.” She then went a step further and tagged the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and the newly appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. “My wallet was pickpocketed from my bag at the busiest hour on 3rd Nov, 7.30 pm. It has cash, a forex card, my credit card, debit card, Aadhaar, PAN, Driving Licence, everything gone. And my country’s High Commission hasn’t responded. Metropolitan Police doesn’t care. This is London for you,” she brazened it out. The entitled ‘journalist’ assumed that the police investigation in London would be expedited on account of her influence in leftist circles in India. The archived version of her tweets can be accessed here.