Thursday, November 27, 2008

A Day that India never forgets!

26th November 2008 - A group of more than 15 Terrorists breached the security of Hotels and other public places in business capital Mumbai and attacked the innocents recklessly with highly sophisticated weapons at about 9:30 PM.

Later there after the ruthless attack by the terrorists many innocent people lost their life. People and the Government in Mumbai thought that this is just another terrorist attack, but later everything went wrong when they started attacking on Hotel Taj Mahal, Trident and Oberoi and few other public places and held hostages and started killing people and security forces.  For more info about this barbaric incident, read this Wikipedia article.

The main purpose of creating this blog is to salute the Police, Army and other security force officers who died in this tragic incident.

On the top of the list is the four Top Cops of Mumbai who lost their life during head-to-head combat fight during this event on 27th of November 2008.

Let us Salute this four brave officers who lost their life to save the rest of us and safeguard the peace of the country. It’s very hard to find these kinda of highly reputed officers who decided to fight instead of hiding like a coward in this modern world. 

These are the 4 Top Cops who dedicated their life for the welfare of Mumbai and the nation:

Hemant Karkare

Vijay Salaskar

Sadanand Date

Ashok Kamte

Other Top Commandos who lost their life:

Sandeep Unnikrishnan

Gajendra Singh

We also salute to other police and soldiers who lost their life this bad even that India will never forget.

Please Digg this blog or if not just comment and show-off your patriotism and virtually saluting to the martyrs who lost their life. They have lost their precious life to save us, so why can’t we just say hat’s off to them? Come on show the spirit of what we Indians are and let’s stand brave against the terrorism.

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