Sikh group calls for inquiry into UK’s role in ‘Operation Blue Star’ The UK has been asked to explain its role in Operation Blue Star
Eastern Eye Staff
A UK-based Sikh group has written to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office demanding a public inquiry into Britain’s alleged involvement in the 1984 Operation Blue Star. Sikh Federation UK has been working on a report titled ‘Sacrificing Sikhs: The need for an investigation’, which claims to have evidence regarding the full extent of the UK’s alleged role in the military action. “It is of crucial public importance that the allegations are investigated, in an effective and transparent manner,” reads the letter, addressed to Indian-origin foreign office minister Alok Sharma, in charge of India and the Pacific. The letter goes on…
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