British nationals and brothers Saeed and Sakil Dawood were brutally killed in the 2002 Gujarat, India riots.
Twenty years later, U.K. parliament member Kim Leadbeater may be questioning the Indian government’s failure in convicting those guilty of their killings.
Leadbeater is an MP for Batley and Spen in the northern English county of Yorkshire.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was then chief minister of Gujarat state during the three days of the massacre of Muslims in 2002.
Modi was banned from entering USA and Canada because of his involvement in the massacre.
Hindu mobs rampaged, raped, looted and killed about 2,000 people, mostly Muslims.
The Dawood brothers were Britons of Gujarati origin.
A Hindu mob stopped their car, dragged out and beat their hired driver to death and set fire to his body.
The brothers and their childhood friend Mohammad Aswat were chased to a nearby farm where they were killed.