On Sunday’s Mann ki Baat radio show, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made reference to the incident that occurred in Mumbai.
During his monthly Mann ki Baat radio talk on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed the terror attacks in Mumbai and said that India will never forget this day because it was the victim of “its most heinous terror attack.”
“26/11 Mumbai attack is a day we will never forget… Today, our nation was the target of a horrible attack. I offer my condolences to everyone who perished in the Mumbai assault,” Modi stated.
When ten terrorists from Pakistan came by ship on 26/11 Mumbai attack, 2008, they started firing randomly, killing 166 people—including eighteen security personnel—injuring numerous more, and destroying property valued at crores of rupees.
Among those slain in the attacks were Hemant Karkare, the then-chief of the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), Army Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, Ashok Kamte, the additional police commissioner for Mumbai, and senior police inspector Vijay Salaskar.
26/11 Mumbai attack, 2008, was the start of the attacks, which continued until November 29. Some of the locations that the terrorists targeted were the Nariman House Jewish Community Center, the Oberoi Trident, the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, the Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital, and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.
Later, the security forces killed nine terrorists.
Only one terrorist, Ajmal Kasab, was apprehended alive. On November 21, 2012, four years later, he was hanged.