Indian-origin British minister Suella Braverman won the 1st Queen Elizabeth Award.

Britain’s Indian-origin Home Secretary Suella Braverman has been named as the winner of the first-ever Queen Elizabeth II Woman of the Year award at a ceremony in London. The 42-year-old barrister, who was appointed to the cabinet by British PM Liz Truss earlier in september, She said taking on the new role at the Asian Achievers Awards (AAA) 2022 ceremony was an “honour of her life”, She dedicated the award to the late Queen, who passed away recently.