Modi pays homage to 26/11 victims

Updated - November 16, 2021 04:44 pm IST

Published - November 26, 2014 09:32 am IST - Kathmandu

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday paid homage to the victims of horrific 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks on its sixth anniversary and saluted the security personnel while reaffirming India’s commitment to combat the menace of terror and “uproot it from the face of humankind“.

“We remember the horrific terror attacks in Mumbai on this day in 2008 and pay homage to the innocent men and women who lost their lives,” Mr. Modi, who arrived here on Tuesday to attend 18th SAARC Summit, tweeted.

“We salute the brave security personnel who laid down their lives to protect several lives on that fateful day. They are our true heroes. Today is a day to reaffirm our commitment to work together to combat the menace of terror and uproot it from the face of humankind,” the Prime Minister said.

"Today is a day to reaffirm our commitment to work together to combat the menace of terror & uproot it from the face of humankind," he twwwted.

Pakistan—based terror outfits carried major terror attacks, which drew widespread global condemnation, in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, killing 166 people and injuring hundred of others.

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