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Prominent Sikh on Channel 4 news tonight starting at 7pm to debate visit to Darbar Sahib and Jallianwala Bagh by David Cameron

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Even if he did apologise, he wouldnt really mean it.

Sikhs have supposedly overtaken Jews in the last census when it comes to contribution to the Exchequer per capita. The Tories want to tap into that, thinking that having Cameron visit Harmandir Sahib will make us think he's a really great guy.

Most Sikhs in the UK probably will fall for it, especially as the media are presenting it as a great thing that the PM of Britain is visiting. When in reality he's just another tourist, just a richer and more well connected one than usual.

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Cameron in India: a visit, but no apology for Amritsar

David Cameron today became the first serving British prime minster to visit the site of the 1919 Amritsar massacre in India. But victims' relatives said they were disappointed with no apology, after waiting 94 years for justice.

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Debate: should Cameron have apologised for Amritsar?

Dr Maria Misra, a historian and expert on India and the British Empire and Dabinderjit Singh, spokesperson for Sikh Federation UK, join Jon Snow in the studio. .

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I watched it and I was disgusted to find Dr Misra speaking as if Sikhs were divided on the issues of these atrocities.

She is just a mouthpiece of the BJP; just another sneaky Hinduvta agent trying to deny the wrongdoings of Hindus.

I am glad we had someone as articulate and well-spoken as Dabinder Singh to stick up for us.

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