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The British envoy to India said Saturday that his country regrets a massacre of hundreds of Indians by British colonial forces in the northwest city of Amritsar 100 years ago and "will continue to do so".
At least 379 Sikhs were killed, according to the official record, although local residents said in the past the toll was far higher. On this day, here we take a look at how the tragedy unfolded on this day, exactly 100 years ago.
"Today, when we observe 100 years of the horrific Jallianwala Bagh massacre, India pays tributes to all those martyred on that fateful day".
Amarinder Singh, chief minister of Punjab state, said May's words were not enough.
Earlier today, President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also paid tributes on Twitter to those who lost their lives in the massacre. In 2013, then British prime minister David Cameron described the killings as a "deeply shameful event" while visiting the Jallianwala Bagh. "I am pleased today that the United Kingdom and India have and remain committed to developing further a thriving 21st Century partnership", Asquith wrote in the visitor's book at the memorial.
The Jallianwala Bagh massacre is considered a symbol of colonial cruelty and the Indian public and governments has been demanding an apology for it from the United Kingdom for decades, including on the occasion of the visit of Queen Elizabeth to Amritsar in 1997.
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"We deeply regret what happened and the suffering caused", he wrote, echoing comments by the prime minister Theresa May in parliament on Wednesday when she too stopped short of apologising.
In 1997, Queen Elizabeth II laid a wreath at the site but her gaffe-prone husband Prince Philip stole the headlines by reportedly saying that Indian estimates for the death count were "vastly exaggerated".
It was later stated that 1,650 bullets had been fired (derived by counting empty cartridge cases picked up by the troops).
"Heaps of dead bodies lay there, some on their backs and some with their faces upturned. I shall never forget the sight", said Ratan Devi, whose husband was killed.
That afternoon in 1919, when General Reginald Dyer ordered his men to shoot, rang the bell for the end of British India.
But the British Government has never offered a formal apology for this most heinous of acts.