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UK and June 1984 attack on Sikhs

MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi Promises to make efforts for Independent Probe into British Role in June 1984 Attack

First Dastardhari Sikh parliamentarian Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi is visiting Punjab. He paid obeisance at the Darbar Sahib on Wednesday (July 26). Interacting with media person he said that he would make efforts for independent probe into British role in June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib by Indian Army.

Newly Released FCO Files Reveal British Army Had Direct Involvement In June 1984 Sikh Genocide

In a written statement issued on Thursday (July 20) the Sikh Federation UK said that newly released FCO files suggest that British Army had direct involvement in June 1984 Sikh genocide.

Over 25,000 Expected to Gather in London to Remember Victims of 1984 Sikh Genocide

by Gurjeet Singh OVER 25,000 TO GATHER TO REMEMBER VICTIMS OF 1984 SIKH GENOCIDE On eve of General Election legal and political pressure to be ...

British Role in June 1984 Attack on Sikhs: Sikh Body To Step Up Political & Legal Pressure

The Sikh Federation (UK) has been successful in getting the Labour Party leadership to include an independent public inquiry into UK Government

Labour Deputy Leader Tom Watson Challenges British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on 1984

In a live radio interview Labour Party Deputy Leader, Tom Watson accused Boris Johnson that “he was either mistaken or he was deliberately trying to mislead” when Boris had said “no more documents exist” in relation to UK Government involvement in Indian Army attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984 in Amritsar, India.

Sikh Federation UK’s reaction on Labour Party’s Pledge to hold Independent Inquiry into British Role in Indian State’s 1984 Attacks on Sikhs

Sikh Federation UK's reaction to Labour Party's Pledge to hold Independent Inquiry into British Role in Indian State's June 1984 Attack on Sikhs.

Labour Manifesto Pledges Independent Public Inquiry into UK Govt. Actions during Indian Army attack on Sikh in 1984

UK Labour Party has agreed at its special Clause 5 meeting to include a key pledge in its 2017 General Election manifesto addressing an important outstanding issue for UK Sikhs.

Hold Independent Probe into UK’s Role in June 1984 Attack on Sikhs: Labour Leader to UK PM Theresa May

UK's Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to British Prime Minister Theresa May calling for a fresh and independent probe into British government's involvement in the June 1984 attack 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.

Online Petition Seeks Independent investigation into UK government assistance during the 1984 Sikh Genocide

British Sikh diaspora is demanding an independent inquiry in the assistance given by the then Margret Thatcher’s Government to the Indian State on executing the army attack on Darbar Sahab in June 1984.

UK Sikhs to Press Theresa May to Come Clean on British Assistance to Indian Forces Against Sikhs in June 1984

UK based Sikh group is preparing to increase political pressure by getting constituents to write to individual MPs to encourage Theresa May to intervene and release vital information to demonstrate greater transparency to Parliament, the British public and the worldwide Sikh community.

UK Foreign Office hastily pulls off files ‘detailing UK role’ in notorious Indian army attack on Sikhs in June 1984

Scores of declassified British secret files were pulled from the British National Archives amid fears they detail British involvement in the Indian Army's attack on Darbar Sahib, Amritsar in June 1984.

UK Foreign Secretary expected to address Sikh Community concerns: Sikh Federation UK

The Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond is tomorrow planning to address Sikh community concerns in an important visit to Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Havelock Road, Southall, one of the largest Sikh Gurdwaras in Europe.

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”.

Trade with India too important for UK govt. to take up mass killing of Sikhs in 1984

London: The issue of UK’s assistance to Indian government during the 1984 army attack on Darbar Sahib is a much heated issued in UK Sikh circles. ...

UK foreign minister responsible for India feels the heat on 1984: Sikh Federation UK

Hugo Swire, the UK Foreign Minister responsible for relations with India, yesterday made a long awaited visit to Bedford to meet Sikh representatives at Guru Nanak Gurdwara Bedford at the invitation of the local Conservative MP Richard Fuller.

Pressure mounts for independent public inquiry into role of Thatcher govt. in Mid-1980s with respect to Sikhs in Britain

The latest disclosure of Cabinet papers from 1985 and information being deliberately withheld is giving new momentum to the British Sikh community in calling for an independent public inquiry into the role of the Thatcher Government in the mid-1980s.

Declassified British Secret documents – revelations from 1985

Reading the various papers, you get the impression that Sikhs in Britain were religious extremists wanting nothing less than the violent overthrew of the Indian state by all means and establishment of a separate Sikh state with no mention of the 1984 ‘Genocide’ acknowledged last week by the Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

Declassified British Secret documents – revelations from November 1984

Last week newly-released files from the Irish National Archives under the 30-year rule have revealed how Margaret Thatcher in November 1984 was paranoid about British Sikhs.

British Secret documents: Information being deliberately withheld by British authorities

The David Cameron government has withheld the release of Punjab-related documents for 1985 and 1986 from a large cache of official documents declassified earlier this week. Four files related to India have been withheld: three from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) listed as ‘temporarily retained’, and one from the Cabinet Office described as ‘retained under section 3(4) of the Public Records Act, 1958.

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