In the recent report of Daily Mail, the grandfather of British prime minister Rishi Sunak, Ramdas Sunak provided aid to the Kenyan revolt in 1950.
In the report, it was stated that Ramdas Sunak provided training to Kenyan Mau Mau, as he equipped them with the guerrilla techniques, on his payroll.
Ramdas Sunak used to work as a clerk, later he was promoted to senior administrator. He was assigned to the finance and justice department.
The journey to Kenya’s revolt was made through one of his childhood friends Makhan Singh, who became a trade unionist in Kenya. Ramdas went to Kenya, Nairobi from Punjab, and participated in the revolution of freedom.
Later, after the struggle, Ramdas Sunak shifted and settled in the UK, since he was facing racism in the country. Ramdas was settled in Southampton. He further helped in the establishment of the Vedic society temple.