Breaking News
INDUSTRIALIST AND PHILANTHROPIST ANEEL MURARKA AS THE CHIEF GUEST OF AMAR JAWAN WELFARE MANDAL – ON THE OCCASION OF JUBLIEE OF SHRI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE – AN EVENING DEDIACATED TO COMMEMORATE THE 26/11 MARTYRS; PAYING RESPECT TO ANEEL MURARKA’S GRANDFATHER LATE. CHIRANJILAL MURARKA

INDUSTRIALIST AND PHILANTHROPIST ANEEL MURARKA AS THE CHIEF GUEST OF AMAR JAWAN WELFARE MANDAL – ON THE OCCASION OF JUBLIEE OF SHRI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE – AN EVENING DEDIACATED TO COMMEMORATE THE 26/11 MARTYRS; PAYING RESPECT TO ANEEL MURARKA’S GRANDFATHER LATE. CHIRANJILAL MURARKA

Mumbai,By Kabir Ali

Aneel Murarka graced the AMAR JAWAN WELFARE MANDAL – AN EVENING DEDIACATED TO COMMEMORATE THE 26/11 MARTYRS organized to uphold Secularism and promote National Integration and spread mass awareness against the ugly menace of terrorism that has acquired a global phenomenon and to commemorate those brave soldiers who lost their lives at one of the ugliest terror attack in the city of Mumbai.

The ceremony was not just to commemorate the 26/11 martyrs but also to pay respect to Aneel Murarka’s grandfather Late. Chiranjilal Murarka who played a pivotal role to secure the country from terrorism. Aneel Murarka was accompanied by his dear friends Sooraj Thapar who came in order to add to the pride moment of Aneel Murarka.

The gathering to honor the soldiers who satisfied their lives to protect the nation from terrorism witnessed, Aneel Murarka along with various to pay respect to just to those who sacrificed their lives but also Aneel Murarka’sto pay respect to his grandfather Late. Chiranjilal Murarka. Also the gathering laid their wreath to pay tribute to the 26/11 Martyrs.

 

On Nov. 26, 2008, a small band of gunmen opened fire and dropped grenades in locations across the financial capital, leaving more than 160 people dead. The terrorists, militants wielding AK-47 rifles, attacked the city’s iconic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station, five-star hotels, a hospital, a café and a Jewish center.

Over three days, they laid siege to areas of the city, killing several people at the train station and keeping tens of others hostage in the three hotels –  The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel and The Oberoi and Trident in South Mumbai.