Predominantly, yeah. england.
By the way, the goreh built roads and trains in Bharat ('India') only to easily distribute the goods that they wanted to loot (this word was, also, looted by them when they were looting South Asia) throughout the continent before shipping all of it back to the uk. They did this only for themselves, so it is not a legacy for the people or country but merely a by-product that was left behind.
That wealth included:
cotton, textiles and metals, which started the industrial revolution in the 1940's/50's
tonnes and tonnes of wheat, rice and grains that left millions upon millions of people starving to death through mass famine
countless hundreds of trillions of pounds (~ 600), on which the uk economy has been built today
historical Sikh artefacts that were 'forced' to be relinquished and are now kept in museums for profit
Ironically, the money that Sikhs and other 'Indians' earn today is what, arguably, belonged to their ancestors.
You might already know this but before the empire, Panjab was, apparently, one of, if not, the most literate and well-off places in the world. It had thriving industries created from home-grown materials and some of the mughals were investing some of their wealth too e.g. palaces. Now look at the state of it. The hindus and muslims are to blame for this, too, but the goreh started the trail of destruction, in my eyes.
People can do their own research and decide for themselves on how they see them but from my experience, they're nice to your face but cunning behind your back. I'm not just talking about the middle-class elite but the common working-class too. You won't always hear or see them say it because it goes against their preferred method. As far as I'm concerned, they're all the same.
According to a recent uk survey, 59% of the uk population are 'proud' of the empire and its colonial rule. I think that says it all.
the attack happened on 30 September 2012
Mandeep Singh Sandhu and Dilbag Singh were sentenced to 14 years, Harjit Kaur was jailed for 11 years while Barjinder Singh Sangha received a sentence of 10 years and six months.
I don't think they are out of jail @S1ngh