Happen as it did for the first time that any British VVIP showed concern on the massacre of Jallianwala Bagh that occurred in 1919, the statement made by the Prime Minister of England, David Cameron, gains much of a significance. While visiting the massacre site at Amritsar to lay a wreath on the memorial, he made an elaborate entry in the visitors book saying, inter-alia, that it was “…a deeply shameful event in British history…”. Directly, of course, he didn’t use the word ‘regret’ any where in his entry but, his overall statement read in its totality, what he said does amount to it amply. Having made a soothing statement on the ghastly massacre, Cameron thus became the first serving Prime Minister of England to brand as ‘shameful’ the cruel killings caused at the behest of the then British Empire. Earlier also the then Prime Minister of England, Winston Churchil, too had described the incident as ‘monstrous’ but that was like a common onlooker giving his opinion without condemning the act of the British. Cameron deserves a praise for officially making a positive statement by calling the ghastly episode as ‘shameful’.