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No apology for Jallianwala Bagh as Theresa May repeats deep regret

IndiaTimes Thursday, 9 May 2019 ()
At a Vaisakhi reception at Downing Street in London Wednesday evening, Prime Minister May repeated words from her House of Commons statement last month as she referred to the "shameful scar" on British Indian history. "We deeply regret what happened and the pain inflicted on so many people," she told a gathering of the Indian diaspora.
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