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26 Nov 2018

Mumbai Police honors 26/11 martyrs through a special tweet

#26/11Attacks: Mumbai Police remembers the fallen

Ten years ago, a cloud of doom had spread over Mumbai, as 10 members of Lashkar-e-Taiba carried out mass shootings and explosions in the city.

With fatalities crossing 174 people, it was one of the deadliest attacks on Indian soil.

Among those killed were also the brave policemen of the city.

And, to honor them, Mumbai Police has tweeted a video remembering the fallen.

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#26/11Attacks: Mumbai Police remembers the fallen
Mumbai police personnel has a special message for the martyrs

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Mumbai police personnel has a special message for the martyrs

Mumbai Police, which lost 15 brothers along with two National Security Guard (NSG) commandos in the ghastly attack, today posted a video to honor the men.

The video titled 'Remembering The Heroes' showed snippets from the fateful day and images of the places attacked.

It also revolves around different Mumbai police personnel in the city who complied a special message for the martyrs.

Watch Mumbai Police's tribute to the heroes of 26/11 Attack

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Omble, Karkare

Unarmed Assistant Sub-inspector caught Kasab, prevented him from shooting others

Assistant Sub-inspector Tukaram Omble played a key role in catching the lone surviving terrorist Ajmal Kasab.

Unarmed, Omble had grabbed Kasab from behind and got shot. But he held on to the gun, stopping Kasab from shooting anyone else. He died before reaching the hospital.

Mumbai's Anti-Terrorist Squad Chief, Hemant Karkare, was shot three times in the chest while trying to take down terrorists.

NSG team commander was shot from the back

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NSG team commander was shot from the back

Along with Karkare, Senior Police Inspector Vijay Salaskar and ACP Ashok Kamte also lost their lives.

Sandeep Unnikrishnan was the team commander of 51 Special Action Group, called to rescue Taj hostages.

He was shot from the back and his last words were, "Do not come up, I will handle them," according to NSG officials.

Salute!

While the whole nation prayed, they were on the field

The terror attacks did not break the spirit of Mumbai. On the contrary, it was inspirational to see how the city emerged stronger.

Words will fail to describe the courage and valiance of Mumbai Police and the Security Forces.

While the rest of the nation prayed for the hostages and their loved ones, these men were on the field, to save the city.

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