Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar attended the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in London on Friday and Saturday. He was one of an estimated 100 Heads of State and government from around the world who were invited to witness this historic event. After congratulating the newly crowned King and Queen, Dhankhar left London on Sunday and arrived at Delhi airport.
On Twitter, Dhankhar expressed his happiness at attending the coronation ceremony and extended his warmest congratulations to King Charles III and Queen Camilla on behalf of the people of India. He also spoke to students enrolled in UK universities, praising their achievements and calling on them to become goodwill ambassadors for the country.
The coronation of King Charles III marks a significant moment in the history of the United Kingdom. As one of the guests, Vice President Dhankhar played a role in strengthening the ties between India and the UK. It is hoped that this historic event will help to foster greater cooperation and understanding between the two nations.
Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar returned to Delhi after attending the Coronation ceremony of King Charles III in London on behalf of the Indian government. During a meeting with Indian students enrolled in UK universities, he praised their accomplishments and talents, saying that India is proud of them.