I doubt it very much, he could easily "forgiven" the non-Malays like Dominic Putucheary or the late Devan Nair or other non-once PAP members, but I don't think he would have invited the late Tan Sri A. SAmad Ismail (Pak Samad) to a reunion at Singapore parliament recently.
You see Pak Samad was ahead of his time he trusted a Chinese (LKY) to be a leader of a real multi-racial Singapura, but LKY was only using him to garner support for his (LKY) grand plan. Well he succeeded in forming a Chinese republic only for the Chinese, and Pak Samad was exiled.
Other weak Malays in PAP, like Yusoff Ishak his brother Rahim Ishak and many more cowered under LKY and his PAP and they were told "if you want to stay be quiet.....or else threat".
Pak Samad saw the chicanery and voiced it and he was kicked out to Jakarta and then was kicked out to Malaya!
Now you see more weak and nincompoop Malays are again following the footsteps of those weak Malays in Singapore and history might repeat itself again if we do not rise from our slumber to stop it! Below is an excerpt from Singapore Straits Times!
"SINGAPORE, Sept 9 — It was a historic moment with friends and foes gathered together under the same roof where they last met more than four decades ago — at the Old Parliament House.
The occasion was the launch of a new book on the People’s Action Party (PAP), which brought together Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and his former political rivals...Read more here at your own peril!