Mumbai: S Jaishankar, the External Affairs Minister of India said that the Indians should never forget the Mumbai terror attack and we should strongly reject the global terrorism. The minister highlighted the biggest terrorist attack faced by the nation during the two-day special conference of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) against global terrorism. The event is being conducted at Taj Mahal palace hotel, Mumbai.
India witnessed the biggest terrorist attack on 26 November 2008. The martyrs should be remembered every time. They renounced their life for the nation. Their death shows how seriousness of terrorism across the world, says the minister S. Jaishankar. The audience paid tribute to the martyrs and the sacrifices of both the soldiers and the police officers in the two day anti terror conference organized in connection with the Mumbai terror attack.
18 people from the Indian police force and 12 Taj hotel employees were died in the Mumbai terror attack.