“Close Relationship”: Mumbai Dabbawalas Mourn Queen Elizabeth’s Death
Mumbai Dabbawala Association mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving British monarch. Since Prince Charles’ visit to India, Mumbai Dabbawalas and the British Royal Family have developed a close bond, according to the Association’s chairman, Subhash Talekar.
“Since Prince Charles’ visit to India, the Mumbai Dabbawala Association has maintained a close association with the British Royal Family. The news of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing saddened us greatly, and we all at Dabbawalas pray for her eternal peace “Mr. Talekar said.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences for the passing of Queen Elizabeth and praised her “inspiring leadership.” The Prime Minister reflected on his great encounters with the Queen during his UK visits in 2015 and 2018 on Twitter.
“I will never forget her warmth and kindness. During one of the meetings, she showed me the handkerchief Mahatma Gandhi gifted her on her wedding. I will always cherish that gesture,” PM Modi tweeted.
Queen Elizabeth will be regarded as a “stalwart of our times,” according to PM Modi. “She provided inspiring leadership to her nation and people. She personified dignity and decency in public life. Pained by her demise. My thoughts are with her family and people of the UK in this sad hour,” he said in a subsequent tweet.
The longest-reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away at the age of 96 on Thursday at the Balmoral Castle in Scotland. She passed away yesterday, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace. The Prince of Wales, the eldest son of the Queen, was identified as the new King in the declaration.
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