Mumbai remembers victims on the eighth anniversary of 26/11 terror strikes

Mumbai: Mumbai today remembered the 166 victims of the 26/11 terror strikes on the eighth anniversary including the martyrs and other bravehearts.

These were killed by 10 Pakistani militants and lost their lives in the terror attacks.

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The official remembrance event took place at Police Gymkhana where Maharashtra Governor C. V. Rao laid a wreath and led the state in paying homage to all the people who lost their lives in the terror attacks.

Multiple locations were targeted within a small area in south Mumbai by the militants, who sneaked in through the Arabian Sea route

Attacks and the counter-terror operations by multiple security agencies lasted for 60 hours between Wednesday night of November 26 till the dawn of Saturday, November 29, 2008.

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