Date: 03/07/2015

Sad to say that in the Indian COOLIE COLONY the tradition of honouring the dead does not exist.
1. There is NO memorial to the TWO MILLION massacred at the time of BOGUS Partition of country in 1947.
2. There is NO memorial to the armed forces personnel killed in action since 1947.
3. There is NO memorial to the hundreds of pilgrims massacred on way to pilgrimage at AMAR NATH CAVE in Kashmir year after year.
4. There is NO memorial to the Hindus raped and killed in SOUTH Kashmir since 1948.
5. There is NO memorial to the 36 Sikh young men who were lined up and shot dead by terrorists in 2001 on the eve of visit by former President Bill Clinton.

Today, July 3, 2015
the world saw what BONDS the British into one united solid nation. It is honouring the dead. Please read the following account and then educate the Lok Sabh on “What is a nation!”


The nation fell silent at midday to remember the British holidaymakers who were gunned down in the Tunisian terror attack last week.

The mark of remembrance comes as the government confirmed that of the 38 victims of last Friday's massacre, 30 of them were British.

Flags were flown at half-mast over Whitehall and Buckingham Palace as a mark of respect for those murdered in the mass shooting.

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Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui targeted holidaymakers when he opened fire at a beach resort in Sousse. He also took the lives of three Irish nationals, two Germans, and victims from Belgium, Portugal and a Russia.

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond confirmed: "We now have all 30 British victims positively identified and we can say with a high degree of confidence that is now the final death toll of British nationals killed in this incident."

The bodies of the nine remaining British victims of the attack were flown in to the UK yesterday.
On Friday, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh observed the silence as they visited the University of Strathclyde's Technology and Innovation Centre, while Prime Minister David Cameron marked the moment in his Oxfordshire constituency.

Play stopped at Wimbledon as players, staff and crowds reflected on the atrocity.
Moving images show fans rising to their feet on Murray Mound as a mark of respect.
This is what we know about the victims of the terror attacks:
The youngest victim of the attack was 19-year-old Joel Richards, who was killed alongside his uncle Adrian Evans and his grandfather Patrick Evans.

As Joel's body was returned to the UK, his mother spoke of her heartbreak. She said: "We are a very small and normal family, but nothing will ever be normal again.

"My son Joel, dad Pat and brother Adrian were our rocks and we are all heartbroken and devastated and will never get over losing them."