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The queen who suppressed ’71 uprising dies


Queen Elizabeth II, who accused the JVP of rebelling against the Queen in 1971, passed away last night (9th).
Sri Lanka had declared independence on February 4, 1948, but it was confirmed in the relevant trial that it was not the case during the 71 rebellion. At that time, 19 years had passed since she became the Queen of the British Empire, and at the time of her death, Queen Elizabeth’s reign had completed 70 years.
Britain’s longest-serving monarch, she was 96 when she died. Meanwhile, Prince Charles, the next in line for the crown, posted a message on his official Twitter account saying, “The Queen passed away peacefully this afternoon at Balmoral. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”


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