On the eighth commemoration of the 26/11 terror strikes, Mumbai delayed to recall the 166 casualties, including the martyrs and different brave hearts, who were killed by 10 Pakistani activists, on Saturday.
The official celebration occasion was held at Police Gymkhana where Maharashtra Governor C.V. Rao laid a wreath and drove the state in paying praise to each one of the individuals who lost their lives in the terror attacks.
Exhibit on the event were Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Director-General of Police Satish Mathur, Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar and other senior offcials.
Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray, Yuva Sena boss Aditya Thackeray, Mumbai Guardian Minister Subhash Desai, a few parliamentarians and lawmakers likewise went to.
The visitors included the widows, orphans and other relatives of the martyrs s and casualties who recalled their precious ones lost in the 26/11 attacks, other than prepare and transport workers and the basic Mumbaikars.
Previous top cops like Julio F. Ribeiro, R.H. Mendonca, D. Shivanandan and different dignitaries additionally paid homage.
The 10 intensely armed militants, who sneaked in through the Arabian Sea and arrived at Colaba seashore in elastic dirty, struck at various areas inside a little land zone in south Mumbai.
The attacks and the counter-fear operations by different security offices, proceeded for 60 hours between the night of Wednesday November 26 till the beginning of Saturday, November 29, 2008.
Comparable functions were organized out at focused destinations like Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Hotel Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Hotel Trident-Oberoi, Nariman House-Chabad House, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital and others.
Earlier, Chairman of all India Anti-Terrorist Front M.S. Bitta, performing artist Sonu Sood, Maharashtra ATS boss Atul Kulkarni and other senior authorities respected the groups of the martyred police authorities with a trophy at a capacity held in the Anjuman-e-Islam School where more than 20,000 students were available.
Hotel Taj Mahal Palace joined forces with The Sea Hawks and Wing Commander Paramvir Singh by starting untamed water 1,000 km long swim, intended to break the current world record up this category.