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Britain Regrets Jallianwala Carnage 100 Years After The Act

A century after the British massacred Indians in Jallianwala Bagh, they found the voice to express "regret".

04/11/2019 1:01 PMupdated: 04/11/2019 1:45 PM
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  • Mohammad A.
    04/11/2019 13:03

    Britain should apologize.....and pay compensation to victim kin

  • Wakas A.
    04/11/2019 13:03

    British should apologize for the mess it left in the sub continent , Kashmir being the root cause of conflict between Pakistan and India

  • Kevin K.
    04/11/2019 13:10

    You express regret when the floor is wet not when you kill 400 people

  • Asuu K.
    04/11/2019 13:16

    What about those innocent kashmiris who are being brutally murdered and butchered by indian uniformed goons each and every day.

  • Harsha V.
    04/11/2019 13:19

    Irony right, British government, a government of different country feel bad about the Massacre that they did in India. Our very own government shot people during sterlite protests, without any humanity. Present PM never visited to pay condolences, but at this election month finds time to visit TN state multiple times, and we call this democracy. British government or our own democratically elected government, does not seem to make any difference.. Thank you Britain atleast now you realised. Our government would need another 200 years to realise.. God save our country !!

  • Vidya G.
    04/11/2019 13:19

    Why is it so hard for them?

  • Abjol S.
    04/11/2019 13:20

    You have ruin every states

  • Mohammad F.
    04/11/2019 13:22

    Same india should stop and should beg for Pardon what they have done & continuing in Kashmir, which is more than brutality, inhuman, horrible tourchers, massacre, blinding, genocide, rape and what not. If not today but tomorrow they have to stop, leave and beg for pardon.

  • Mohammad A.
    04/11/2019 13:25

    They are resorting to this, how convenient is it for them to make this statement in light of a failing Brexit plan. Banking on emotions is something they're professional at.

  • Vishwa J.
    04/11/2019 13:37

    ye a66i tradition he Britishers ki pehle logo ko mar do or for sorry bol k palla zad lo !!! wahh 👏👏 vese aap ko hamare sath or 22 countries se mafi magni padegi unko gulam banane k lie or lutne k lie or lakho logo ko world war 1-2 me apne swarth k lie bali ka bakra banane k lie.or itna hi regrate he to lut k gaye the hamare desh se jate jate vo sara vapas lota do 🙄

  • Md W.
    04/11/2019 13:40

    As if everything will change after 100 years even if you did apologise

  • Romana R.
    04/11/2019 13:44

    Took 100 years...😪 But yeah.

  • Singh M.
    04/11/2019 13:47

    Britain sucks ... 🖕...

  • Devattam G.
    04/11/2019 13:57

    A long due apology from the highest seat of British power. Better late than never.

  • Anuj M.
    04/11/2019 13:59

    Nothing would happen even if they apologize now. You just can't give an apology for massacred human lives. Even a crown jewel 'The Kohinoor' is a stolen artifact. Better be in the service of the country, the people and humanity than apologize. Also extradite Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi as soon as possible.

  • Saira M.
    04/11/2019 14:01

    India and Pakistan will regret the same way..it's just the matter of time... 3 wars, over 2lakh civilians killed, rapes, illegal disappearances, custodial killings, Exodus and genocide of Muslims in jammu by RSS terrorists and Exodus of pundits from valley by govt backed militants. Communal hatred and much more in IOK and about pok we have no idea who are living in so called Azad kashmir, are they really Kashmiris or some Punjabs and sindhis who has no root to kashmir land. India and Pakistan will pay heavy price sooner or later.

  • Ali A.
    04/11/2019 14:24

    So what , India has been ruled and looted for over 3 centuries. Thousands of people were killed, thrown to poverty, looted on the name of taxes etc. Apologising for just a single incident would never make things square. well " The north remembers".

  • Delvin G.
    04/11/2019 14:29

    I dun understand why is it so hard to apologize when It does not cost a cent?

  • Tarun A.
    04/11/2019 14:29

    What about the scar they gave us by Partition of a beautiful Country into 2 seperate nations and then making a piece of land a major conflict between these 2 nations to fight upon..?? Where is Peace? Bloodshed everwhere.

  • Jas S.
    04/11/2019 14:33

    Shouldnt the empire apologise for everything it did in the subcontinent... including the false border that destroyed and tore Punjab into 2... based on a narrative of religious intolerance ans hate, which continues to plague the region