UK King Charles III Pledges: Britain’s new King Charles III, as the new ruler, has pledged to protect the country’s religious diversity and the sovereignty of the various communities of the Commonwealth. ‘extra duty’ (Additional Duty) resolved. Addressing a group of leaders of various religions and denominations on Friday evening in the Bow Room of Buckingham Palace, Charles said he had always thought that Britain was a “community of different communities”. is.
The coffin of the late Queen Elizabeth II was kept in this room before the last journey to Westminster Hall. Representatives of Hindu, Sikh, Islamic, Buddhist organizations in Britain and Catholic Churches, Greek Orthodox Churches, Church of Scotland clergy, as well as prominent London Rabbis and a Parsi priest attended."text-align: justify;">What did the Maharaja say?
King Charles III went on to say this
Charles is now the head of the Church of England as Maharaja. He confirmed that there would be no change to his coronation, likely next year, and that upon taking office he had already followed in the footsteps of other kings in history by taking an oath to protect Protestantism in Scotland. .
Charles stated that, however, as a member of the Church of England, he had a love for the Christian faith and that he would love to follow other spiritual paths as well as those who wished to live their lives according to secular views. feel a duty to respect.
The Queen’s funeral will be held on this day
Soon after this event, Charles went to see the coffin of the late Queen kept in Westminster Hall in London. This coffin will be kept here till the funeral of the late Queen with state honors on Monday. Her younger siblings Prince Andrew and Edward and Princess Anne also attended Westminster Hall. Children dressed in military uniforms of Queen Elizabeth II stood with their heads bowed for 10 minutes. The late Queen will be cremated at Westminter Abbey on Monday.