The nation on Wednesday paid homage to the victims and martyrs of horrific 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. It was on this day that ten terrorists launched coordinated attacks across key locations in the country’s financial capital killing 166 people and injuring more than 300 people.
Mumbai’s security forces along with the National Security Guards successfully manage to kill nine terrorists in an operation that went on for 4 long days.The lone arrested terrorist Ajmal Kasab was later tried and hanged to death but their bosses, the LeT perpetrators are yet to be brought to book by Pakistan. Mumbai today remembered and paid homage to the martyrs and victims of that horrible assault.
Maharashtra’s Education Minister Vinod Tawde, state DGP Sanjeev Dayal, Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria and Mayor Snehal Ambekar paid floral tributes at a memorial in Police Gymkhana. Tawde also met families of the slain policemen and assured them that their grievances would be resolved at the earliest.
Tawde added that the government is committed to implement the recommendations of the Ram Pradhan panel to ensure safety and security of all citizens. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said that it will be his government’s priority to strengthen the police force and provide them modern and better equipment.
The mastermind of Mumbai terror attacks Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed continue to roam free in Pakistan.