British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s parents visit Ram Raja Mandir at Orchha in MP

Orchha/Bhopal, November 14, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): Stanley, the father of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, along with his wife Jennifer Johnson, along with 10 members arrived from Gwalior to visit the tourist town Orchha memorials during the 12-day India Tour. Here, after seeing God in the Ramaraja temple, he said that he was very relaxed here. He along with his companions saw Chaturbhuj Temple of Orchha, Jahangir Mahal, Raja Mahal and the chhatris of the Bundela kings situated on the banks of Betwa.
Senior guide Hemant Goswami said that the parents of Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed happiness over the cleanliness of Orchha city. He said – people in India are starting to look very conscious about cleanliness, it is a good thing. Goswami said that Stanley Janson went through the history of Orchha in detail and was also impressed by it. After closely understanding the history information, he also noted it in the diary.
Apart from this, photography was also done with many historical heritage. Stanley said that during my 12-day India tour this time, I got an opportunity to visit Orchha. Most of the historical sites of India visited, but Aerchha Place was the best. Stanley has previously worked as an environmentalist in Bandhavgarh and Panch National Park in MP.
Prime Minister Voris’s mother Jennifer said – It was great to see Indian culture in Orchha. He said that the grandeur of the Orchha temples was the most different in the world. He said- the taste of Indian women here and the cuisine here also tasted different. If I get a chance for the second time, Orchha will definitely come.
Cabinet Minister Rathore met
During this time, the Commerce Minister of Madhya Pradesh Brijendra Singh Rathore reached the parents of British Prime Minister Voris Johnson and reached Orchha. During this, Rathore discussed population and environmental issues with Stanley Johnson. Rathore asked for suggestions to develop Orchha as a better and more beautiful landmark. Many books on environmental and population issues have been written by Stanley Johnson. He has also worked at the World Bank and the European Commission.