Speaking exclusively to NDTV, Jagdish Tytler has said what happened in 1984 was a shameless act and apologised to the Sikh community. "I will apologise as it happened in our times," he said, adding: "I apologise to the whole Sikh community for what happened. Whatever happened was a shameless act. The administration, the governor, should have controlled but they did not. I had actually abused the governor as he was enjoying his drink while the carnage was on."