26/11 Mumbai attacks: India pays tribute to its martyrs

26/11 Mumbai attacks: India pays tribute to its martyrs

It has been thirteen years since the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. The Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists were behind these attacks.

It was a scene of bitter memories and violence for the entire country.
But the bravery of Indian security forces, especially the NSG commando, the late Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, is deeply etched in the hearts of Indians.

Our jawans’ martyrdom will always remain a celebrated hero.

Major auto stands, junctions, and several bus shelters in Bengaluru are proudly displaying Unnikrishnan’s photograph along with other national heroes.

We can see his cutouts, posters, and banners that can be seen in all major urban areas of Karnataka.

Also, a major arterial road has been named after him in Bengaluru.

The 31-year-old Indian braveheart Unnikrishnan, who laid down his life for India fighting Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists on November 28, 2008.

He has also become a symbol of inspiration, patriotism and sacrifice.

The family of Unnikrishnan in Bengaluru is also looking ahead to the inauguration of their son’s bust in Kannamangala army base in Bengaluru.

Moreover, the second floor of the residence of Unnikrishnan had also been converted as a little museum.

Here all the army belongings, including his uniform, are kept.

The last message from Sandeep Unnikrishnan while carrying out the 26/11 attacks was “Don’t come up, I will handle them.”

And sooner he laid down his life fighting against the terrorists.

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