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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.

Pressure Mounts on Theresa May to come clean on UK involvement with the Indian security forces in assisting in the Sikh Genocide in the 1980s

In the last five days since Theresa May returned from her trade visit to India at least 120 MPs from five different political parties have had letters from constituents urging them to write to the Prime Minister urging her to take action to address concerns that have been raised.

Margaret Thatcher wanted to prosecute Jagjit Singh Chauhan after assassination of Indira Gandhi, reveals declassified documents

“Prosecutors were pressed by Margaret Thatcher to bring charges against a British-based Sikh nationalist accused of inciting the assassination of Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, according to secret government papers”.

Declassification exposes Margaret Thatcher’s bias against Sikhs; Pressure mounts for Independent Public inquiry

More declassified papers from 1985 show Margaret Thatcher held a very one-sided view of Sikhs in the UK. As further revelations emerge it shows selling arms to India and breaking India’s link with the Soviet Union was critical to Margaret Thatcher and she was heavily influenced by pressure and misinformation from India that was trying to hide its Genocide of the Sikhs.

Margret Thatcher Comments on Sikhs in 1984 concerns Sikh Council UK

The Sikh Council UK has expressed concerns over recent reports revealing comments made by Margaret Thatcher, the UK Prime Minister of the time in 1984, against the Sikhs. The comments are said to have been made in talks with the Irish premier, Garret FitzGerald prior to the Anglo-Irish Agreement and are detailed in newly declassified papers released by the National Archives of Ireland.

Margaret Thatcher’s UK govt. helped India to hide the truth of Sikh Genocide 1984

London, UK: Recent revelations show that the UK Government caved into Indian Government pressure 30 years ago by interfering and preventing Sikhs celebrate the Parkash Gurpurb of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji in November 1984.

Letter to the Editor – Why media failed to question Indira Gandhi’s pre-plans to attack Darbar Sahib?

Recently declassified British documents have revealed that Indira Gandhi asked British PM Thatcher in February 1984, for her advice and support for attack on Darbar Sahib. British documents confirm that Indira Gandhi had made plans to use the army to attack the Darbar Sahib (Amritsar) and was trying to get support from various Governments to justify that attack, which was codenamed as Operation Blue Star.

Chandraswami’s Hindu Prophecies, Margaret Thatcher, & India’s Invasion of the Darbar Sahib

Fresh on the heels of irrefutable evidence that the late British PM Margaret Thatcher colluded in the 1984 massacre of thousands of Sikhs at the Darbar Sahib in Amritsar, Punjab (known colloquially as “Operation Bluestar”) by sending SAS advisors to draft a plan of invasion for Indian PM Indira Gandhi comes the revelation that Thatcher, at the request of the Indian High Commission in London, consulted with Hindu cult-leader Chandraswami in 1975, who prophesied to the newly-elected leader of the Conservative Party that she would become Prime Minister.

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.

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.

30 Years of Confusing path – British involvement in June 1984 assault

We all have perspectives and we all have motives, that’s just the way it is. The recently released information in regards to British Government involvement in planning the June 1984 assault on Darbar Sahib is providing the Sikh community with an abundance of both.

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.