Source:- Times of India
On Friday, leaked documents revealed for the first time the scope of the massive operation that will be undertaken in the hours and days following the death of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Officials will refer to the day the Queen dies as "D Day," according to the US-based news organisation "Politico." Details of what would happen under the codename "Operation London Bridge" have been leaked to the US-based news organisation "Politico."
The 95-year-old monarch, who is the longest-serving monarch in British history, will be buried 10 days after she passes away, and her son and heir, Prince Charles, will go on a tour of the United Kingdom before the funeral.
According to the plans, the late monarch's coffin will lay in state at the Houses of Parliament for three days, with authorities expecting hundreds of thousands of people to converge on London, causing concerns about traffic, policing, and even food shortages.
A massive security effort has been planned to deal with the expected massive crowds and transport congestion in the days leading up to her funeral. According to one email, London might be strained to the breaking point as hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to the UK capital.
According to Politico, an allegedly "spontaneous" service would be held at St Paul's Cathedral, and the new King Charles will travel the four nations of the United Kingdom in the days after her death.
According to reports, the British prime minister and the monarch have agreed that the day of her state funeral will be a day of national mourning. It will practically be a vacation, despite the fact that it will not be labelled as such.
Officials from Buckingham Palace have refused to comment on the leak or the plans.
In 2017, ‘The Guardian' published a lengthy piece detailing Operation London Bridge, including how the new King, Charles, will be proclaimed in St James's Palace in the presence of visiting nobility.
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