Alex Ellis On Queen Elizabeth II Death: Britain’s High Commissioner Alex Ellis has condoled the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. He issued his statement in both Hindi and English languages. Alex said during this time that the Queen lived an exemplary life of strength, duty, hard work and dignity. It is a sad day, but it is also a day to give thanks for the long life for serving others.
Let us tell you that since the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the whole of Britain is in mourning. The state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II will be held at Westminster Abbey in central London on 19 September. At the same time, today he was given a salute of guns from Central London. Along with this, church bells were rang all over Britain in his honor.
#WATCH , Speaking Hindi & English, British High Commissioner to India, Alex Ellis mourns the demise of #QueenElizabethII, says, “She led an exemplary life of strength,duty,hard work&dignity. It’s a sad day but also a day to give thanks for a long life well lived to service of others” pic.twitter.com/qX0G8xlsrD
— ANI (@ANI) September 9, 2022
State mourning in India too
Not only in Britain but also in India, there is a sad atmosphere after the death of Queen Elizabeth. The Indian government has decided that after the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, there will be a day of state mourning across India on 11 September. At the same time, the national flag will remain half-masted on Sunday.
Elizabeth became the Queen of Britain in the year 1952 and was crowned sixteen months later in June 1953. He ruled Britain for 70 years. British Prime Minister Liz Truss also expressed grief over his death, saying that the death of Queen Elizabeth II has spread mourning around the world.
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