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On 26/11 anniversary, India reminds Pak of its responsibility

This article was posted on Nov 27, 2010 and is filed under Market News

On the second anniversary of 26/11, India asked Pakistan to realise its “responsibility” to punish those behind the dastardly terror attacks. Also, prime minister Manmohan Singh vowed to redouble efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice.

As the nation paid tributes to the 166 martyrs of Mumbai attacks, including 18 security personnel, India lamented that Pakistan had not punished the masterminds of the terror strike, as promised. To mark the occasion, Maharashtra police took out a parade in south Mumbai, originating from the Oberoi Trident hotel, one of the sites of the deadly strikes. The parade saw participation of teams of Force One, Quick Response Teams and Mumbai police. The parade, which began after Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan took the salute, displayed advance anti-terror combat vehicles and weapons procured by the state police following the terror attack. A 1.3-km long banner, which read ‘The Great Wall of Mumbai’, was held by hundreds of students from Mumbai.

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram was among those who placed wreaths at the Police Gymkhana. “I sincerely hope on the second anniversary of this horrific tragedy, Pakistan will realise its responsibility.”

source: Business Standard

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