26/11 anniversary peace march cancelled
Mumbai: A peace march to mark the fifth anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack scheduled for Sunday has been cancelled owing to "security threat".
The peace march organised by the All India Anti Terrorist Front (AIATF) here tomorrow has been cancelled because of "serious security complexities" and "imminent threat", the outfit said in a press release today.
The march was to be led by AIATF chief M S Bitta.
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