Maharashtra CM, his deputy to pay homage to 26/11 martyrs
Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister
Prithviraj Chavan, his deputy Ajit Pawar and Home Minister R R
Patil will pay homage to the policemen and other victims
killed during the 26/11 terror attacks on the second
anniversary of the assault on Friday.
They will lay wreaths at martyrs` memorial at Police
Gymkhana in Marine Lines along with senior police officials
and other dignitaries, Joint Police Commissioner Rajnish
Seth said today.
Subsequently, personnel from Force One, a specialised
unit raised after 26/11, Quick Response Teams and local police
will take part in a parade. Advanced weapons and vehicles
procured after the November 2008 attacks will be displayed
during the parade.
A nearly one-and-a-half km long banner depicting the
`spirit of Mumbai` will be displayed by hundreds of people
starting from Oberoi Hotel, one of the places attacked by the
There will be a lecture by Air Commodore (retd) Jasjit
Singh on the terror attacks and their national, regional and
In the evening, a multi-religion discourse will be
organised at Gateway of India.
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