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As soon as UK foreign secretary admitted to an 'advisory and limited role' in Operation Bluestar, reactions started pouring in on microblogging website Twitter.

chandigarh Updated: Feb 04, 2014 19:58 IST
HT Correspondent

As soon as UK foreign secretary admitted to an 'advisory and limited role' in Operation Bluestar, reactions started pouring in on microblogging website Twitter:

Sunny Hundal @sunny_hundal

...in other words, UK govt in 1984 was keen to advise Indian govt as a way to sell them more weaponry. Damning stuff #amritsar #bluestar


Stin @realdjstin



Dear Sikh community, with this report out today, take the opportunity to look for angles for justice not start on the homeland demands...

Manny Singh @G4BBAR



lets just remember that the cabinet secretary has been known to hide many facts from investigations before. Most recently "pleb gate" issue

Pradeep Nagalapur @rajivpradeep



UK starting to sing regarding #OperationBlueStar, adviced India on d operation. #CONgress in deep embarrassment.

Vivek Sakpal @viveksakpal



US UK have always advised other nations towards violence, riots, instability and internal conflicts. #1984Riots #OperationBluestar

ChaucerVijay @ChaucerVijay



Unsurprised advice of #UK military advisor ignored by the #Indians re #OperationBlueStar. Brit Army best at what they do, Indian: the worst.

Alok Bhatt @alok_bhatt



Y this hullabaloo on UK govt's assistance on Operation Bluestar- it is a known fact that KGB alerted India abt Khalistanis #BluestarTruth