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Indian President Droupadi Murmu to serve funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

Indian President Droupadi Murmu could be attending the pronounce funeral of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, the ministry of exterior affairs acknowledged on Wednesday. She could be visiting London from September 17 to September 19 and is anticipated to present condolences on behalf of the Authorities of India. 

“Within the 70 years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, India-UK ties possess developed, flourished and strengthened immensely. She performed a in actuality vital feature in the welfare of millions of of us all the very best way thru the enviornment as Head of the Commonwealth,” the ministry of exterior affairs acknowledged in a assertion. 

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High Minister Narendra Modi used to be additionally invited to the funeral, nonetheless no affirmation used to be given about his participation. Modi will dawdle to Samarkand in Uzbekistan this week to serve the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit which can additionally feature seven assorted worldwide locations along side China and Russia. 

Queen Elizabeth II handed away on September 8 at the age of 96. She used to be the longest ruling monarch in British history and for the final year, she used to be tormented by “episodic mobility issues”. 

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Following the announcement, Modi paid tribute to the monarch by announcing that she “offered consuming leadership to her nation and of us” and “personified dignity and decency in public”. 

King Charles III – the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth II – has succeeded her on the throne and after his ascension, his elder son Prince William inherited his father’s assorted title, Duke of Cornwall. His vital other Catherine could be identified as the Duchess of Cornwall. 

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