Queen Elizabeth Death: The afternoon of 8 September brought a great sadness for Britain. Everyone was shocked by the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth of Britain. At the age of 96, Queen Elizabeth said goodbye to this world.
It cannot be denied that Britain touched new heights under Elizabeth’s rule. Although very few people know that the late Queen Elizabeth of Britain was also in many controversies. Let us tell you about some controversies related to his life.
Marrying Prince Philip in controversy
Her decision to marry the Greek prince Philip sparked debate. During this, Elizabeth also had to face opposition from her family members. According to media reports, Elizabeth’s family did not like Philip for some reason. It is said that even her sisters were not invited to the Queen’s wedding. Along with this, the Tau of the Queen and the Duke of Windsor were also not invited to this marriage.
Queen’s visit to Jaipur remained in controversies
The late Queen Elizabeth along with her husband and the late Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip had visited India for the first time on 23 January 1961. During this, Queen Elizabeth and her husband Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip also went from Jaipur to hunt Ranthambore Tiger.
According to media reports, demonstrations had started in England regarding this. After that it also came in the headlines in India. The then PM Jawaharlal Nehru got worried about this. He wrote a letter to Sawai Mansingh saying that you should ensure that no live animal should be used in this shoot.
Sikhs demonstrated in Delhi
Queen Elizabeth also visited India in 1997. During this, when she reached Delhi, Sikh protesters fiercely opposed her. Sikh protesters strongly opposed the ban on wearing turbans in the British army. The Queen did not even apologize properly for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, which made people very angry. The British newspaper The Independent wrote on 13 October 1997, “The Queen is doing everything that India likes, but so far it doesn’t seem to be happening.”