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UK PM David Cameron orders probe into British links to June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib

London, UK (January 14, 2014): According to media report the British Prime Minister David Cameron has directed his cabinet secretary to probe and establish the facts behind claims that Margaret Thatcher's government had helped India plan June 1984 armed attack on Darbar Sahib.

'What applies to Sri Lanka, applies to India too', Dal Khalsa tells British PM Cameron

‘What applies to Sri Lanka, applies to India too’, Dal Khalsa tells British PM Cameron

Amritsar, Punjab (November 17, 2013): Commenting on British PM David Cameron’s 'hard talk' with Mahinda Rajapaksa asking him to ensure credible, transparent and independent inquiry into alleged war crimes by March 2014 or face a UN investigation, the Dal Khalsa said what applies to Sri Lanka, applies to India too.

UK PM, Deputy PM and Labour Leader greet Sikhs on Guru Nanak Sahib Ji’s Parkash Gurpurb

“My best wishes to British Sikhs celebrating the birth of Guru Nanak Dev. You help make Britain a brighter, better and more successful nation.” - David Cameron.

Dal Khalsa writes to visiting British PM; Raises issues concerning the Sikh nation

Amritsar/ New Delhi (November 14, 2013): UK Prime Minister David Cameron is on three day visit to India. In wake of his visit Sikh organization, Dal Khalsa, has written a letter to the British PM. The Sikh body has raised various issues concerning the Sikhs with the visiting PM. A copy of the letter has been sent to the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) by Kanwarpal Singh, political secretary of Dal Khalsa.

Dal Khalsa writes to British PM Cameron taking up Sikh issues of international importance

Amritsar, Punjab (November 11, 2013): Ahead of his visit to India, the Dal Khalsa has written to British Prime Minister David Cameron taking up the issues of international importance that includes the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty between India and the UK, his participation in the CHOGM meet in Lanka beside urging the British government to support the Sikhs in their endeavor to get a UN probe into the November 1984 carnage.

British PM David Cameron receives the Sikh Award from Navdeep Singh, the award founder, in London on November 08, 2013

British PM presented with a Special Recognition Award for serving the Sikhs

London, United Kingdom (November 11, 2013): It is learnt that the British Prime Minister David Cameron has been presented with a Special Recognition Award on November 08, 2013 in recognition of the services he rendered to the Sikh community.

Sikh Federation (UK) raise issues with British Prime Minister to take up with Manmohan Singh during meeting in Delhi next week

Sikh Federation (UK) want British PM to raise issues with Manmohan Singh during Delhi visit

London, United Kingdom (November 08, 2013): Sikh Federation National Press Secretary Gurjeet Singh has informed Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) in a written statement that [i]n recent months the Sikh Federation (UK) had formed direct links with the leaders of each of the three main political parties in the UK.

We continue to moniter Rajoana and Prof. Bhullar’s cases closely: UK Foreign Secretary

London, United Kingdom (March 20, 2013): According to a recent press statement issued by Gurjeet Singh, General Secretary of the Sikh Federation (UK), the UK based Sikh body had taken the lead in exerting pressure on the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, before he left for India to raise UK opposition to the death penalty and raise the cases of Professor Davinderpal Singh Bhullar and Balwant Singh Rajoana when he visited India between 18-20 February.

Bunga Maharaja Sher Singh - De facto Memorial of Ghallughara June 1984

Bluestar was a larger massacre than Jalluanwala Bagh; SGPC should have taken UK PM Cameron to memorial of June 1984

Amritsar, Punjab (February 23, 2013): All India Sikh Students Federation president Karnail Singh Peermohammad said in a statement that Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) officials should have shown the remains of the brutality of Indian authorities during Operation Bluestar to British Prime Minister David Cameron.  

UK Sikh body angry at PM David Cameron’s iciness over June 1984 massacre

London, United Kingdom (February 22, 2013(: It is learnt the Sikhs in Britain have expressed anger over the British Prime Minister David Cameron’s failure to sympathise with the Sikhs for the events of June 1984 when the Indian Army used tanks and artillery to attack the Harmander Sahib, the Golden Temple Complex in Amritsar to kill thousands of innocent Sikh pilgrims.

David Cameron comes up short in his visit to India – British Sikhs

London, United Kingdom (February 20, 2013): On the one hand British Sikhs are delighted British Prime Minister David Cameron has today made the effort to make an hour-long visit and pay his respects at Darbar Sahib, the Golden Temple Complex.

David Cameron: I’m fortunate to be first UK PM to visit Darbar Sahib in Amritsar

Amritsar, Punjab (February 20, 2013): David Cameron, the leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, said that he was fortunate to be the Prime Minister of UK to visit Sri Darbar Sahib, a holy Sikh shrine, in Amritsar (Punjab).

David Cameron visits Darbar Sahib & Jallianwala Bagh; says 1919 killings was shameful

Amrtisar, Punjab (February 20, 2013): British Prime Minister David Cameron today visited Sri Amritsar in Punjab and paid obeisance at the holiest shrine of Sikh religion Golden Temple where he was presented a robe of honour.

How far will UK Prime Minister go to show support for Sikhs while in India

London, United Kingdom (February 18, 2013): British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in India and is expected to visit Amritsar on Wednesday 20 February and visit Harmandar Sahib and Jallianwala Bagh. There will be several challenging issues for David Cameron to address while in India.

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