Mumbai: Today marks the remembrance of the Mumbai terror attack, in which many people were killed. The Mumbai terrorist incident took place 13 years ago today. On this day, ten terrorists who reached Mumbai via the water route started fire indiscriminately. A number of individuals were murdered, and many more were injured. Terrorists have also assaulted important locations at the time, such as the Taj Hotel and the Oberoi Trident Hotel. After a nearly three-day standoff, security personnel killed nine terrorists on the morning of November 29. Meanwhile, Ajmal Kasab was apprehended alive after being hung on November 21, 2012.
Today, some individuals are expressing their outrage by recalling the terror incident, while others are paying honour to the martyrs. "On the 13th anniversary of the November 26 terror assault on Mumbai, we commemorate the lives of innocents who we lost," Defence Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted. My condolences to all those who perished in those attacks. During the 26/11 assaults, our security personnel displayed exceptional bravery. I applaud his boldness and selflessness. #MumbaiTerrorAttack, on the other hand, is now trending on social media.
Tributes are being paid to those who died in the Mumbai terrorist assault. 'Gone, but not forgotten (Gone, but not forgotten! ), bow to the heroic martyrs who sacrificed their lives on 26/11 and respect the lives of innocents!' tweeted the BJP on Twitter. 'Remembering all the wonderful individuals who lay down their life to safeguard the city of Mumbai,' one person commented. With folded hands, the country salutes our heroes. '13 years ago today, on this day, #MumbaiAttacks: Martyrs and victims can never be forgotten,' one person said at the same moment.
"Remember the martyrs who have been martyred," Uttarakhand Cabinet Minister Arvind Pandey wrote. On the 13th anniversary of the Mumbai terror assault, emotional tributes were paid to all the courageous security officers and citizens murdered in the attack. On this day, many leaders and ordinary individuals have tweeted their feelings.