London, May 12 (ANI): David Cameron, the newly elected Prime Minister of United Kingdom has promised to build a new social relationship with India and support New Delhi's proposal for a seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
In an article, Cameron has written that he is committed to have a special relationship with India as being a key regional player and a force for stability in a troubled part of the world.
As reported, India was the first country David Cameron visited as a Conservative leader in 2006.
David Cameron, the youthful leader, who modernized the party of right-wing icon Margaret Thatcher, became the Prime Minister after the resignation of Gordon Brown- capping a gripping election saga that returns the Tories to government after 13 years of Labour Party rule.
He took over as Britain's new Prime Minister with the help of Liberal Democrats, who joined the country's first coalition government in 70 years.
The Conservatives emerged as the single largest party in the May 6 election that triggered the ending of the Labour Party's record 13 years in office.
Labour leader Gordon Brown submitted his resignation as Prime Minister to Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday evening paving way for the 42-year-old Cameron to take charge. (ANI)