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UK Prime Minister David Cameron felt guilty at Jalliawala genocide during his three day visit in India

Mumbai(India), by Ram Kumar Mishra, 22 February 2013

British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the Jallianwala Bagh memorial to the martyrs gave their Srraddhanjli, so it was a great talking point. It's not the first time when a large British leader in independent India has arrived. Even before the major British diplomats have come and gone.

   
photo: Indialive (left), Mahanagar(right)

The UK today is not that UK, where the Sun rise and the Sun set on the rule is, there are penetrated. This was before the twentieth century, the situation in Britain today is totally different. Her appearance in the history of India is so deep that it will remain important for us for the long haul.Japan‐China relationship is relatively or Japan or South Korea relations between the colonial past atrocities during World War II were the way Brpaa. India's relationship with the British was not bitter perhaps because of this, because of our freedom from the British in mainstream theories did not hate. 

   
Jallianwala Bagh massacre of the colonial era(l.) / The Martyrs' well at Jallianwala Bagh (r.) photos: Indialive

One reason is that different attitudes of the two countries during colonialism ‐ were different.Indian and English versions of the history of that era were conflicting. Now it will not consider that British colonialism was a good thing and had no justification. Jallianwala Bagh massacre of the colonial era was a catastrophic event, the peaceful rally was fired by order of the British officers. It is believed that nearly 1,500 people were killed in a gunbattle few minutes and thousands of people were injured. The skirmish against the British government had exacerbated the public mood.However, Prime Minister Winston Churchill had condemned the action of General Dyer.

Today India is changing, its strategic power, economic conditions and the direction the world is pulling towards refugees, so as to look like rum tour would not be appropriate. Restoration of better relations between the two countries to Cameron, which were required to remove Apasi estrangement. This policy led to the Jallianwala Bagh memorial Cameron had planned to decide which zealous step is not so satisfactory.

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