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Disappointed by UK’s attitude to Sikh Human rights issues NSO calls on Sikhs to boycott Downing Street Baisakhi function

UK Sikhs are deeply disappointed by the UK government’s attitude to Sikh human rights. While the present government cannot in any way be held responsible for support given by a predecessor government of 30 years ago, the present government’s statement that the assistance then given was ‘only minimal’, was deeply hurtful to Sikhs, and insensitive to others concerned with human rights.

UK Sikh Diaspora outraged over British Govt’s disclosure about links with attack on Darbar Sahib

London, United Kingdom (February 06, 2014): In a recently released report of Cabinet Secretary, the UK Government admitted it's role in 1984 army attack by Indian state against the Sikhs. Though the British report and UK's Foreign Secretary William Hague attempted to underplay the issue by saying that British advise in India's deadly attack of June 1984 was "limited" and had "little impact"; but the Sikh diaspora is viewing these admissions more seriously.

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.