Queen Elizabeth II Funeral: President of India Draupadi Murmu visited Westminster Hall in London, where the body of Queen Elizabeth II is kept for cremation. President Draupadi Murmu pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth. Earlier on Saturday, India’s President Draupadi Murmu left for London to attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain.
Information about Draupadi Murmu’s arrival in London was given from her official Twitter handle. In a tweet accompanying her photo at the London airport, it was told that she would express condolences on behalf of India on the death of Queen Elizabeth and attend her funeral. Let us tell you, the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be done with state honors at Westminster Abbey on 19 September.
President Droupadi Murmu visited Westminster Hall London where the body of Queen Elizabeth II is lying in state. The President offered tributes to the departed soul on his own behalf and on behalf of the people of India.
(Source: Reuters) pic.twitter.com/289d5mfi3z
— ANI (@ANI) September 18, 2022
Draupadi Murmu signs condolence book
The President arrives at Lancaster House after paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Hall. There Murmu signed a condolence book in memory of Queen Elizabeth.
President Droupadi Murmu signed the Condolence Book in the memory of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II at Lancaster House, London. pic.twitter.com/19udV2yt0z
— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) September 18, 2022
Significantly, on September 8, Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96, after which she will now be cremated with state honors on September 19.
Hundreds of heads of state will attend the funeral
Hundreds of heads of state will attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Elizabeth will be cremated on 19 September, for which the day has been declared a public holiday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will also attend Elizabeth’s funeral along with US President Joe Biden.
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