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Boris Johnson Cancelled India Visit Update | Amid COVID-19 Lockdown and Coronavirus Outbreak | British PM Boris Johnson, Chief Guest of Republic Day, canceled the tour to India, said – staying in the country is more important now

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Boris Johnson himself has been monitoring the situation since the new strain of Corona spread in Britain. He arrived at a hospital in North London on Monday. Canceling the tour of India, he said that at this time it is necessary to stay in the country.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has canceled his visit to India. India called him as Chief Guest on this Republic Day. He also accepted it. However, later there was speculation that he would not come to India. It was confirmed on Tuesday.

According to the news agency Reuters, Johnson will no longer come to India. Johnson spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on phone in the morning. He regretted that he would not be able to come to India this month.

He said that due to Corona, lockdown has been imposed in the country. As the new strain of Corona is spreading in Britain, according to that it is necessary for me to stay in the country. With this, they will be able to pay attention to the situation here.

Hope to tour after some time

Boris Johnson said that he is expected to visit India before the G7 summit to be held in Britain this year. In this summit, Britain has specially called Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

These days of turmoil in Britain

Things are very difficult these days in Britain. After the arrival of Corona’s new strain, many countries in the world, including Europe, have banned movement from Britain. India also banned flights on 31 December. Despite this strain has spread in many countries.

At the same time, the Bregit trade deal between Britain and the European Union was completed. It was considered a major victory for Johnson but, due to the closure of movement along the border with Europe, the imports needed to be affected from there.

The agitating farmers appealed to the MPs

Farmers protesting against new agricultural laws had appealed to UK lawmakers to stop Boris Johnson from visiting India on Republic Day.

The farmers who wrote on the Delhi’s Singhu border wrote a letter to the MPs. It wrote that the British Prime Minister is going to visit India on 26 January. Our appeal is that till the Government of India does not accept the demand of the farmers, they should be prevented from coming to India.

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