On November 26, 2008, 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba psychological militants from Pakistan showed up via ocean course and started shooting, killing 166 individuals, including 18 security staff, and harming a few others during a 60-hour attack in Mumbai.
Maharashtra Lead representative Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Boss Priest Eknath Shinde on Saturday paid flower accolades for the saints who set out their lives while battling psychological militants who had gone after the city on this day a long time back.
They paid recognitions at the saints’ commemoration in the premises of the Police Magistrate Office in south Mumbai, where Vice president Clergyman Devendra Fadnavis, Priest Deepak Kesarkar, Boss Secretary Manu Kumar Srivastava, State Chief General of Police (DGP) Rajnish Seth, Mumbai Police Chief Vivek Phansalkar and different authorities were available.
Relatives of the cops, who lost their lives during the November 2008 assaults, additionally paid recognitions for the saints.
On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistani psychological oppressors showed up via ocean course and started shooting aimlessly at individuals killing 166, including 18 security staff, and harming a few others, other than harming property worth crores.
Key officials who lost their lives
The then Enemy of Psychological warfare Crew (ATS) boss Hemant Karkare, Armed force Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, Mumbai’s Extra Police Magistrate Ashok Kamte and Senior Police Controller Vijay Salaskar were among those killed in the assault.
The assault had started on 26 November and gone on until 29 November. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj End, the Oberoi Spear, the Taj Mahal Royal residence and Pinnacle, Leopold Bistro, Cama Emergency clinic, the Nariman House Jewish public venue were a portion of the spots designated by the fear based oppressors.
Country recollects with appreciation: President Murmu
President Droupadi Murmu on Saturday said the country recollects with appreciation every one of those it lost and gave proper respect to the security staff who battled courageously and made the preeminent penance in the line of obligation.
“On the commemoration of 26/11 Mumbai fear assaults, the country recalls with appreciation that multitude of we lost. We share the persevering through aggravation of their friends and family and families. Country gives proper respect to the security staff who battled bravely and made preeminent penance in the line of obligation,” Ms. Murmu tweeted.
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