Also attending today's memorial in Amritsar was Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who laid a wreath at the site after praying at the Golden Temple on Friday night.
Winston Churchill, then secretary of state for war, called the massacre "monstrous", and Prime Minister Asquith called it "one of the worst outrages in the whole of our history".
Hitting back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his comments on Punjab chief minister missing from the Jallianwala Bagh memorial event, Capt Amarinder Singh said that the PM is playing "dirty politics". We deeply regret what happened and the suffering caused.
Terming the Jallianwala Bagh as a tragedy that created a new consciousness in an India grappling with pulling the British down, Khattar lamented that, in the present times, nationalism seemed in short supply.
"The events of Jallianwala Bagh 100 years ago today reflects a shameful act in British-Indian history".
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tweet called the tragedy "horrific" and that the memory of those killed "inspires us to work even harder to build an India they would be proud of".
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Demands by several past Indian leaders and politicians for Britain to apologise for the massacre have fallen on deaf ears. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Brahma Mohindra brought this proposal which was a voice note under the leadership of Amarinder Singh.
Amarinder also exhorted the prime minister not to exploit the martyrdom of the victims of the violence unleashed by the British during the freedom struggle, or of the soldiers who are dying every day at the borders or in ISI-backed terror attacks such as Pulwama, for furthering his and his party's political ambitions.
The jibe comes a day after Amarinder accompanied Congress chief Rahul Gandhi to the Jallianwala Bagh memorial on the centenary of the massacre.
Earlier the Punjab chief minister slammed MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal on her hypocrisy about commemorating Jallianwala Bagh, saying that her husband's ancestors had organised a lavish dinner to celebrate the massacre.
Taking strong exception to Modi's remarks made at a rally in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir, Amarinder Singh on Sunday said that "dirty politics was being played over the sombre occasion of the Jallianwala Bagh centenary". "You might want to rewrite history, but you can't", he said.
"It would have been most gratifying had the Indian govt. succeeded in extracting an apology from the British for this gruesome massacre", she wrote on Twitter.