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A Sikh of Indian origin went to the palace to kill British Queen Elizabeth II, you will be surprised to know the reason

  London: Last year, a person arrested in the British Queen Elizabeth II's palace 'Windsor Castle' on Christmas wanted to kill the Queen. During the hearing of the case in the British court on Wednesday, the public prosecutor said that he wanted to do this to avenge the Jallianwala massacre. Indian-origin Sikh Jaswant Singh (20), arrested under the Treason Act, had been planning to kill the Queen for months. Jaswant Singh Chail has been booked under the Sedition Act. Prosecutors said Chael, from Southampton, recorded a video before entering the palace complex, where the Queen spends most of her time. During a hearing at London's Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, the public prosecutor said that Southampton resident Jaswant Singh had recorded a video before going to the palace. In the video, with his face covered and holding a crossbow, he says, 'Forgive me for what I have done and what I want to do.' He wants to take revenge for the massacre, in which about 400 Sikhs were killed.