26/11 Mumbai Attack: Remembering The Lives Lost

26/11 Mumbai Attack

Mumbai saw one of the deadliest terror attacks 13 years ago on 26th November. The country has not forgotten the bruises and the scars of the 26/11 Mumbai attack. Additionally, the country members will never forgive the conspirators and what they did to the country’s financial capital. 166 people died in these attacks. These numbers included the lives of various personnel security guards. The National Security Guards (NSG) also killed nine terrorists.

One can never forget the voices of the guns and fire in the grand Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Hotel Trident, CSMT, Leopold Café, Nariman Point, among many others. As the country remembers the people who died and the heroes who gave everything to save the country, we all pay tribute. We can never forget the contribution of the Mumbai Police in defending the country against the terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba. Lastly, who can get the names of Hemant Karkare, Ashok Kamte, and Tukaram Omableout of their minds? Terrorist Ajmal Kasab was the only one caught by the police.

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Tributes Pour Out For The Martyrs Of The 26/11 Mumbai Attack

Various famous actors and actresses of the Bollywood industry are paying their tributes to the Bravehearts of the country. Celebrities like Akshay Kumar, Anil Kapoor shared their feelings on Twitter. Akshay Kumar wrote that it had been 13 years since the 26/11 Mumbai Attack. Additionally, he also paid his tribute by saying that he has respect for everyone who died protecting the city.

On the other hand, actor Anil Kapoor also showed his feelings. His message revolves around how one should only become better and now vow to terror. One of the most loved actors of the Bollywood industry, Anil Kapoor, said that the country would never forget the martyrs and their sacrifices.

Singh Is King actor Ranvir Shorey also expressed his feelings and said that we would never forgive nor forget the incidents of the 2008 Mumbai attack.

Ratan Tata also posted a photo on his Instagram account, writing about how the country takes strength from the pain that it has been enduring for the last 13 years.

The day is an emotional moment for the country and the ones who lost one of their own. We take pride in our people and pay tribute to all the ones who sacrificed their lives.

A student by day and a writer by night, Diksha Arya holds interest in writing poems and reading articles on politics and policies
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