A day of national mourning has been declared in India on the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, there will be national mourning in India on September 11. On this day the national flag in India will remain half-masted in honor of Queen Elizabeth.
PM Narendra Modi condoled the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, “Her Majesty will be remembered as a stalwart of our times… She displayed immense dignity and decency in public life. Shocked by her passing. My heartfelt condolences in this hour with her family and the people of Britain.”
Queen Elizabeth II had met British Prime Minister Liz Truss. The Queen asked Truss to form a new government in the country. Queen Elizabeth II took her last breath in Scotland on Thursday after ruling for 70 years. After her death, the process of selecting a successor in the royal family began. The British government has made a plan for how the entire process is to be followed.
The Queen’s funeral will take place after 10 days of her death. Her coffin would be carried by a ceremonial route from London to Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster after five days. During this time people will be able to have her last look, this place will be open for 23 hours daily. The day of the funeral will be a day of national mourning, with a service at Westminster Abbey and a two-minute silence in the afternoon across the UK. Following the funeral, the Queen will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle.