Diwali festival is about to come. Apart from India, this festival is also celebrated in other countries. Meanwhile, special pictures of the festival are coming from Britain. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak met the guests of the Hindu community in Downing Street before Diwali and gave them a warm welcome. Its picture has come to light.
Britain’s Prime Minister’s Office has given information in this regard on social media ‘X’, it was told on ‘X’ that Rishi Sunak welcomed guests of the Hindu community in Downing Street ahead of Diwali – which is the festival of victory of light over darkness. .
Some pictures have been shared by Downing Street on social media platform X. In these pictures, the UK PM and his wife Akshata Murthy are seen lighting lamps. In the picture, both are seen surrounded by a large number of people who had come there to participate in Diwali. People’s reactions to the pictures are coming continuously.
Britain’s PM Office said on social media – Happy Diwali to Britain and other countries of the world… Let us tell you that Diwali is a festival of lights which Hindus celebrate with pomp. This festival symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. This festival is also celebrated as a symbol of the victory of good over evil. This year Diwali will be celebrated on 12th November.
Let us tell you that a few days ago there was a phone conversation between PM Modi and his UK PM. During this, there was discussion between the two leaders on Free Trade Agreement. During the conversation, cricket was also discussed and PM Sunak congratulated PM Modi and said that Team India is performing well in the World Cup.
A statement regarding the talks was issued by the British government in which it was said that in order to deepen the friendship between UK and India, both the leaders discussed the Free Trade Agreement. Both the leaders agreed to such an agreement which would benefit both the countries. Let us tell you that India and UK are talking about a free trade agreement. This conversation started in 2022. The 12th round of talks for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between UK and India was held from 8-31 August this year.