Mumbai: Union External Affairs Minister
Shashi Tharoor on Thursday met the grandfather of baby Moshe, the
Israeli child who lost his parents in the bloody siege of
Nariman House during the Mumbai terror attacks last November.
"I met him (Rabbi Rosedberg) and offered my
condolences and told him that we (India) are deeply sorry for
the attack," Tharoor told reporters here.
Tharoor, who visited Nariman House, the orthodox
Jewish Chabad movement centre where terrorists killed six
people, to pay homage to the departed souls, said, "I felt
deep pain when I went inside. I could see the massive
destruction caused by the terrorists this day last year."
"The walls, windows, doors, everything still has the
marks of terror. We can understand the horror," he said.
Tharoor demanded that Pakistani government dismantle
all terror infrastructure on its soil and bring to book those
who planned, financed and guided the 26/11 perpetrators.
On the ongoing trial of lone surviving terrorist Ajmal
Kasab, he said, "we have to follow the law and that takes its
About the parallel trial going on in Pakistan against
the conspirators of the attacks, the minister said, "whatever
they have done is not enough."