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Whistle Blower Questions British Government Cover up on 1984 Amritsar Massacre

Investigative journalist Phil Miller has raised questions about possible cover-up of British involvement in Amritsar massacre of June 1984.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson challenged with the release of the ‘Sacrificing Sikhs’ report

Just before Boris Johnson entered the Grimond Room to give evidence to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee yesterday he was ‘served’ with a copy of the Sacrificing Sikhs report produced by the Sikh Federation (UK) that was officially released half an hour later.

Sikh Federation UK Releases Report “Sacrificing Sikhs”; Seeks Investigation into British Role in June 1984 Ghallughara

Based on declassified secret documents Sacrificing Sikhs report, released by Sikh Federation UK, exposes Margaret Thatcher led UK government role in June 1984 attack by Indian Army on Sikhs.

David Cameron to leave post of PM after UK votes to leave EU; Full text of Statement

London: Here is full text of statement from the 10 Downing Street:- Good morning everyone, the country has just taken part in a giant democratic ...

Was Modi dossier against UK Sikhs a Lie? UK says Narendra Modi tendered No Dossier

Sikh Council UK says that it has received written confirmation from the UK Government that no dossier was handed over during Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK in November 2015 as alleged by Indian media.

Indian politicians led by Narendra Modi are preparing to give a kick in the teeth to Britain: Sikh Federation UK

David Cameron and his ministers have been courting their Indian counterparts for trade but without seeing anything substantial in return.

Sikh Federation (UK) welcomes British PM David Cameron’s Vaisakhi message

'The 2015 Vaisakhi message from David Cameron is excellent. This sort of message at Vaisakhi from the British Prime Minister would have been unheard of a few years ago.'

UK PM David Cameron extends greetings on Vaisakhi

I send my best wishes to everyone in India, Britain and around the world celebrating Vaisakhi. I know this is an incredibly important time for the Sikh community as families and friends come together to commemorate the birth of the Khalsa and give thanks. - David Cameron

Video: Message on Vaisakhi from 10 Downing Street

Video of message on Vaisakhi from David Cameron, Prime Minister of United Kingdom.

David Cameron says UK open to Sikh as head of armed forces, judiciary

London, United Kingdom (April 11, 2014): According to information British Prime Minister David Cameron has for the first time said that UK is open to having a Sikh as the head of its armed forces or as a chief justice in its judiciary.

UK Exempts Sikhs From Wearing Hats at Construction Sites

Sikhs in the UK will be exempted from wearing hard hats at construction sites, British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.

David Cameron (L) - Margaret Thatcher (R)

UK: David Cameron faces a boycott of Tory candidates by Sikhs if he refuses to discuss Sikh concerns about Amritsar Massacre

London, United Kingdom (February 16, 2014): “Thousands of Sikh voters could boycott Conservative candidates at next year’s general election in protest at David Cameron’s refusal to launch a public inquiry into Britain’s role in the 1984 Amritsar massacre”, The Telegraph has reported.

UK’s Sikh diaspora seeks answers regarding UK government complicity in the massacre of innocent Sikhs in June 1984

London, United Kingdom (According to information available with the Sikh Siaysat News (SSN), UK's Sikh diaspora has been conducting a letter writing campaign, in which individuals are writing letters to their MPs about UK government complicity in the massacre of innocent Sikhs in June 1984.

British Links with June 1984 attack – Voices for Freedom Calls for Impartial, Transparent and Independent Inquiry

New York, USA (January 24, 2014): The Voices For Freedom (VFF) has sought an impartial and transparent war crime inquiry based on the declassified government documents showing British involvement in preparation of the June 1984 attack. VFF has expressed shock over recent revelations.

Detailed Report: Sikhs lobby with UK Lawmakers about disclosure of British hand in June 1984 attack on Sikhs

London, United Kingdom (January 22, 2014): In February last year David Cameron became the first sitting British Prime Minister to visit the Harmander Sahib (Golden Temple) Complex.

MP Tom Watson tables Parliamentary questions – Asks if role of intellegency in June 1984 planning being examined

London, United Kingdom (January 21, 2014): According to information shared by the Sikh Federation UK, British MP Tom Watson has tabled a question in British Parliament [t]o ask the British Prime Minister, if the review into events in Amritsar in 1984 will examine the role played by Gary Sazena and R.N. Kao of the Research and Analysis Wing of the Indian secret service; when each man visited the UK at any time; whether any man received training in the UK; and what the nature was of intelligence provided to those individuals from the Government.

Glasgow Sikhs want UK to disclose all documents related to June 1984 attack

Glasgow (January 18, 2014): Sikhs of Glasgow have called for justice for the thousands of innocent Sikhs massacres in June 1984 by Indian army during an armed invasion to Sikh Gurdwaras including Darbar Sahib (also known as the Golden Temple) Amritsar. UK's links with this deadly attack have recently emerged through some top secret documents declassified recently.

UK: Wolverhampton MP calls for full disclosure of documents related to June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib Amritsar

London, United Kingdom (January 17, 2013): A Wolverhampton MP has pressed David Cameron to order full disclosure of all UK Government information relating to any UK involvement in Operation Blue Star to storm the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984.

British “commercial interests” in India were “very substantial” – said post June 22, 1984 briefing by 10 Downing Street

London, United Kingdom (January 16, 2014): According to The Guardian, then British PM Margaret Thatcher gave her Indian counterpart Indira Gandhi Britain's full support in the immediate aftermath of the June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib. The Guardian has reported seen further private correspondence of British officials in this regard.

David Cameron answers questions on British involvement in planning of June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib by Indian Army

London, United Kingdom (January 15, 2014): In the British House Of Commons today, Prime Minister David Cameron was asked two questions on the 1984 Sikh Genocide with reference to the possible British involvement as seen via the released documents under the 30-year rule.

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