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Jo shaheed huye hain unki zara yaad kao qurbani…….R.I.P. all the departed souls.
Manish KumarDainik Hindustan
Does government remembered this date? I doubt.
i was just seeing Surviving Mumbai and the callousness of the govt. and the bravery of the common man stood out. Hope this govt. can redeem itself by getting those responsible for the horror by any means! Soon. Not years later!!
after 3 years the coastal security is still unsecured.
My dear brother hotgene, don't be in doubt. Indian government never had have remembered any such martyrs and date.
Let this date always remembered in our heart.
Forget the Govt.Let us ourselves decide,'never forget,never forgive,never allow to be forgotten'.
Since then we've had over half a dozen more bomb blasts and terror attacks on major cities. This UPA govt you people elected showed how it learnt from Nov 26:
-Amar Kasab and Mohammad Afzal still haven't been hanged-None of the bomb blasts have been solved, NIA and Chidambaram are totally clueless-Coastal security remains neglected-Police and commandos still carry lathis and single-shot rifles, forget about modern equipment like night-vision goggles and bulletproof vests
Go on, re-elect 'sickular' UPA again. Maybe 5 years later we'll be remembering martrys from some other terror attack.
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