26/11 is deemed as a black day for Mumbai, it will be silly if we’ll say that no one knows about this day. The day has got printed on the pages of history which cannot be forgotten. 12 years have passed since that incident this dark day in India, Mumbai is a place where people come to visit the beautiful buildings, hotels, and monuments. There are many such tourist places two major tourist attractions are the Gateway of India and the Taj hotel. Most people come here with their families from far away to have a glance at it, many enjoy the comfort of the hotel, as well from several countries. So was happening on 26 November 2008, people who were present there had no idea of what was about to come in front of them.
On the dusk of November 26, 2008, 10 heavily armed terrorists arrived in Mumbai and took off on a rampage. It was on this day in 2008 that Mumbai, India’s economic capital was clasped to ransom by a group of Pakistani terrorists who reached the town via seaway.
Roughly 166 people, comprising foreign nationals, were assassinated in the assault that existed for four days straight. The 26/11 attack, which altered India’s outlook towards federal security and oversaw bolstering its maritime supervision and inter-agency coordination and dissemination of evidence, witnessed 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists getting on on a killing rampage in the buzzing town during peak hours.
We cannot change the past and also so it will be impossible for us to forget this day, the pain of families who’s a member who was killed in this, cannot be imagined. Many brave Police officers sacrificed themselves to protect against terrorists, let’s mourn for a few minutes and pay tribute to all those innocents, who had to suffer this Black day.