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MEA Confirms President Droupadi Murmu Will Attend The Funeral Of Queen Elizabeth II

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On September 8, Queen Elizabeth II breathed her last at Balmoral, her estate in the Scottish Highlands at the age of 96. According to Buckingham Palace, she was suffering from ‘episodic mobility problems’ since the end of last year. After the shocking news, S Jaishankar – External Affairs Minister visited the British High Commission in New Delhi on September 12 to convey condolences. On Sunday, India also observed a day of national mourning. And the latest news is that President Droupadi Murmu will reportedly visit London to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

 
 
 
 
 
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As per the Ministry of External Affairs, President Droupadi Murmu will be visiting London from September 17-19 to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. President Murmu will offer condolences on behalf of the Indian Government. The funeral for the Queen will take place on Monday at Westminster Abbey in London.

Earlier, President Droupadi Murmu had expressed grief over the demise of Britain’s Queen on Twitter. In the tweet, she wrote, “In the demise of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of UK, the world has lost a great personality. An era has passed since she steered her country and people for over 7 decades. I share the grief of the people of the UK and convey my heartfelt condolence to the family.”

Also Read: Queen Elizabeth II’s Death: What Is The Official Protocol To Be Followed Now That The Queen Is Dead?

Following the announcement of the Queen’s demise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted his tribute. He mentioned that Queen Elizabeth II provided inspiring leadership to her nation and people and remembered her as a ‘stalwart of our times’.

 

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Queen Elizabeth II, UK’s longest-serving monarch, came to the throne in the year 1952 and witnessed major social change throughout her reign.

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