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Parliament pays tributes to 26/11 martyrs, victims

Members observe silence as a mark of respect to those killed

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

today paid tributes to the victims of with members in both Houses observing silence as a mark of respect to those killed.

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar and Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari read out messages in the respective Houses.

Kumar said, "The horrific memories of the tragic attack are still etched in our minds and as a tribute to the valiant security personnel who made the supreme sacrifice for the nation, let us pledge that we will unitedly fight to thwart the forces of terrorism."

Ansari said the indomitable spirit of humankind cannot be subdued by such acts of violence.

"I am sure the whole House will join me in reiterating our firm resolve to fight terrorism with determination and re-dedicate ourselves to protect the sovereignty and integrity of our nation," he said.

Parliament pays tributes to 26/11 martyrs, victims

Members observe silence as a mark of respect to those killed

Parliament today paid tributes to the victims of Mumbai terror attacks with members in both Houses observing silence as a mark of respect to those killed.

today paid tributes to the victims of with members in both Houses observing silence as a mark of respect to those killed.

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar and Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari read out messages in the respective Houses.

Kumar said, "The horrific memories of the tragic attack are still etched in our minds and as a tribute to the valiant security personnel who made the supreme sacrifice for the nation, let us pledge that we will unitedly fight to thwart the forces of terrorism."

Ansari said the indomitable spirit of humankind cannot be subdued by such acts of violence.

"I am sure the whole House will join me in reiterating our firm resolve to fight terrorism with determination and re-dedicate ourselves to protect the sovereignty and integrity of our nation," he said.

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