In early August , the President of Uganda , Idi Amin , ordered the expulsion of his country's Asian minority , giving them 90 days to leave the country. Many of the expellees were citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies and 27, subsequently emigrated to the United Kingdom. Of the other refugees who were accounted for; 6, went to Canada , 4, refugees ended up in India and 2, went to nearby Kenya. The presence of South Asians in Uganda was the result of deliberate choices by the British administration —
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Sati or suttee [note 1] was a historical Hindu practice, in which a widow sacrifices herself by sitting atop her deceased husband's funeral pyre. The extent to which sati was practised in history is not known with clarity. However, during the early modern Mughal period, it was notably associated with elite Hindu Rajput clans in western India , marking one of the points of divergence between Hindu Rajputs and the Muslim Mughals , who banned the practice. Opposition to the practice of sati by British Christian evangelists, such as William Carey , and Hindu reformers such as Ram Mohan Roy , ultimately led the British Governor-General of India Lord William Bentinck to enact the Bengal Sati Regulation, , declaring the practice of burning or burying alive of Hindu widows to be punishable by the criminal courts. Isolated incidents of sati were recorded in India in the late 20th century, leading the Indian government to promulgate the Sati Prevention Act, , criminalising the aiding or glorifying of sati.