Deeply humbling, provokes feeling of profound shame: Canterbury Archbishop on Jallianwala Bagh visit
Tuesday, 10 September 2019 () Archbishop of Canterbury Reverend Justin Welby on Tuesday visited Jallianwala Bagh, the site of British colonial era massacre, and said it was a "deeply humbling" experience and provoked "feelings of profound shame".
THE ARCHBISHOP OF BRITAIN'S CANTERBURY VISITED AMRITSAR'S JALLIANWALA BAGH AND EXPRESSED DEEP REGRET AT THE MASSACRE THAT WAS PERPETRATED THERE A CENTURY AGO. HE PROSTRATED HIMSELF BEFORE THE WALL WHERE BULLET MARKS ARE STILL PRESERVED AS A GRIM MEMORY AND HOMAGE TO THE CIVILIANS WHO DIED THERE WHEN...
The archbishop has expressed regrets and apologies for a massacre by British colonial forces upon hundreds of Indians participating in a demonstration for independence 100 years ago. He also prostrated..
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