Geneva, November 26: Refugees of Baloch, Sindhi, Mohajir and Pashtun communities residing in Geneva, Tokyo and Paris protested against Pakistan on Tuesday, November 26 which marks the worst terror attacks in Mumbai. Human rights activists from Gilgit and Baltistan also joined the protests against Pakistan’s involvement in 26/11 Mumbai attacks. 26/11 Anniversary: Stories of Courage and Valour of Men Who Laid Down Their Lives to Save Mumbai.
According to reports, around 40-50 human rights activists demonstrated in front of the Pakistan embassy in Tokyo demanding capital punishment for Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the attack. Saeed is a co-founder of terror group Laskhar-e-Taiba (LeT) and chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD), another terrorist group, operating mainly from Pakistan. Both his organisations have been banned by India. 26/11 Mumbai Attacks: Recounting 60 Hours of Terror Which Shook India's Soul.
#Correction Balochs, Sindhis, Mohajirs, Pashtuns and people from Gilgit Baltistan protested in Tokyo, Geneva, & Paris, against Pakistan’s involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack. https://t.co/irdkxVTpqC pic.twitter.com/yIExSGie6G
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2019
In 2008, over 170 people were killed in the terrorist strikes in India''s financial capital on November 26, 11 years ago. At least 300 people were also injured in the attack. On November 26, 2008, 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists reached Mumbai via sea route from Pakistan's port city Karachi. They attacked heritage buildings of the city including Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Taj Hotel. National Security Guards (NSG) commandos were called to fight the terrorists on November 27, 2008, to secure the Taj, Oberoi and Trident hotels from the terrorists. The operation was completed on November 29.