Sikh leader: 'British government needs to apologise'

A Sikh religious leader has demanded an apology from the British government for their role in the Golden Temple raid in 1984.Manjit Singh says that Britain is proud of its human rights record but that the incident was a "murder of human rights."

The President of the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee said that, "British government needs to apologise to the community."

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UK's advice to India before temple raid 'had limited impact'

A Government investigation has concluded that British military advice to the Indian authorities ahead of the Golden Temple raid in 1984 had only a "limited impact" on the operation which resulted in a massacre of Sikh dissidents, William Hague said.