President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday visited Westminster Corridor in London to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who handed away on September 8.
Britain’s longest-serving monarch is mendacity in state on the corridor till the morning of the state funeral on Monday at Westminster Abbey. Murmu supplied tribute to the Queen on behalf of the folks of India.
#WATCH | President Droupadi Murmu visited Westminster Corridor London the place the physique of Queen Elizabeth II is mendacity in state. The President supplied tributes to the departed soul on her personal behalf and on behalf of the folks of India. pic.twitter.com/TID5Wlm4ux
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President Murmu, who’s in London on a three-day go to, signed a condolence e book on behalf of the Indian authorities on Sunday. She was joined by Appearing Excessive Commissioner Sujit Ghosh at Lancaster Home in London, the place visiting world leaders are stopping by to signal a e book of condolence in reminiscence of Queen Elizabeth II who died aged 96 in Scotland on September 8.
The President of India, Droupadi Murmu and Appearing Excessive Commissioner Sujit Ghosh indicators a e book of condolences at Lancaster Home following the dying of Queen Elizabeth II, in London, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022. ( AP/PTI)
The Indian head of state, who arrived on Saturday night, will be a part of round 500 world leaders and worldwide royals in a congregation of round 2,000 anticipated on the Abbey for a sombre ceremony beginning at 11am native time and concluding with a two-minute silence round an hour later.
President Droupadi Murmu emplanes for London, United Kingdom, to attend the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II and provide condolences on behalf of the Authorities of India, New Delhi. (PTI Photograph)
Forward of Monday’s funeral service, the president is invited to a reception hosted by King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla at Buckingham Palace. All visiting heads of state, authorities and official abroad friends are anticipated at what has been described as an “official state occasion”.
(With inputs from PTI)