On 26 November 2008, there was a terrorist attack on Mumbai. Which has completed 12 years today.
- The attack was carried out by 10 terrorists. In which about 166 people were killed. Today is the 12th anniversary of the same Mumbai attack.
- On this occasion, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and several Union Cabinet Ministers on Thursday paid tribute to the people and security personnel who lost their lives in the Mumbai terror attack.
- The country’s Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, “I pay tribute to all those who lost their lives in Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks and convey their condolences to their families.
- The gallant security personnel who faced the terrorists in these attacks To everyone, this nation will always be grateful for your bravery and sacrifice. “
Minister of Railways, Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal also tweeted, heartfelt tribute to the victims and martyrs of 26/11 #MumbaiTerrorAttack and salute the strength and resilience of the people of Mumbai. We would be grateful to all the soldiers of the security forces who made the supreme sacrifice for Mother India that day. The horrific attack that began on 26 November 2008 lasted for four days, killing 166 people and injuring 300 people.
Coastal security enhanced
The terrorists from Pakistan reached Mumbai by sea. After the attack, the government paid attention to this and the security of the country’s coasts was strengthened. The entire responsibility of protecting Indian shores was entrusted to the Navy. The India Coast Guard helps him in this task. The Marine Police was established, which guards up to five nautical miles at sea.
Pakistan did not take action
A terrorist named Ajmal Amir Kasab was caught alive in the Mumbai attack. This was probably the first terrorist attack in the world, in which a terrorist was caught alive. He brought Pakistani truth to the world. Kasab was hanged after legal proceedings in India. But the main perpetrators of the terrorist attack in Pakistan are roaming freely. Pakistan makes various excuses in the name of action.