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Taj Hotel employee Seek justice in    United nations for 26/11, “Missing wife, two sons” India latest news

United nations on Friday held a “world conference” of Victims of Terror’ in New York. speaking in event It was Karambir Kang, the general manager of Taj Hotel during 11/26 terror attacks. called Kang international community to me ‘work together to strive justice” for Victims who lost their lives during attack He said: … while the terrorists who Enter the hotel met their destiny people who Planned, financed and organized attack remain Free.”

“Entire world See with horror When 10 terrorists attacked my country, city And my hotel, the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai where have you been general manager Kang said as he shared painful memories of The attack in who lost it family – There are two of them young Children and wife. During the tragedy that lasted over Three long days and nights, over And 34 people were previously killed,” Kang was quoted by ANI as saying. my wife and two young The children could not escape and died during attackI lost everything… We lost many brave ones colleagues and this is heroic The act of keeping thousands of live that night added.

in his call for justice to me global Leaders, Kang said that while the company and employees received global Awards, victims of The attack I spent 14 long and painful years trying to find justice. While the terrorists who Enter the hotel met their destiny people who Planned, financed and organized attack remain Free. today I’m call Based on international community to me work together to strive justice Nationally and across borders, as we do of Defying terror, we opened the hotel that was completely destroyed in 21 days”.

The 2008 Mumbai attacks – or the 26/11 attacks – were a series of Terrorist activities started on November 26, 2008. 10 members participated of Pakistani Islamic terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba. Coordinated shootings and bombings were carried out across Mumbai over the classroom of four days.

“Member states must join us and challenge and ensure That there are no safe ports for Terrorists so do not give these heinous crimes space to take root.”

With input from ANI


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