Maharashtra Governor, CM, DyCM pay tribute to police martyrs on 26/11 anniversary

Mumbai (RBI), Nov 26: Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari accompanied by chief minister Eknath Shinde, deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and other ministers placed wreaths at the Police Martyrs’ Memorial in the premises of the Mumbai Police Commissionerate on the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the martyrdom of police officers and jawans during the terrorist attack on Mumbai on Saturday, November 26.

A police platoon presented the Salami Shastra and played the Bigulars' Last Post even as all dignitaries, police officers and family members of martyrs saluted the police martyrs.

The governor, chief minister and the deputy chief minister later met the family members of the police martyrs present on the occasion.

The salutation ceremony was organised by the Mumbai Police to pay tributes to the police offers and jawans who laid down their lives during the terrorist attack 14 years ago.

Speaker of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Rahul Narwekar, minister of Skills Mangal Prabhat Lodha, minister of School Education Deepak Kesarkar, chief secretary Manu Kumar Shrivastava, ACS home Anand Limaye, DGP Rajnish Seth, commissioner of Mumbai police Vivek Phansalkar and serving and retired officers of state police were present on the occasion.




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