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.
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.
First Published: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 23:20