26/11 anniversary: ​​anti-terrorism protests in US, Canada

26/11 anniversary: ​​anti-terrorism protests in US, Canada

TORONTO / NEW YORK: Members of the Hindu Forum Canada launched an ‘LED Truck Advertisement’ campaign against Pakistan’s terrorist attack on Mumbai in 2008 in several cities in the Greater Toronto Area.
On the occasion of the 12th anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, a truck with hoardings on three sides began its campaign on Thursday from the Legislative Assembly area of ​​Ontario, Canada’s most populous province.
The hoarding reads, “#MumbaiMove26 #PakistTerror #CanadiansAwaitJustice.”
Two Canadians were among the 160 people killed in that terrorist attack in Mumbai and many were injured.
The Hindu Forum Canada demanded from the Legislative Assembly that it suppress Pakistan for the victims of Canada as well as all the victims.
The truck drove outside Toronto City Hall and remained there for an hour. It then turned to the Pakistan Consulate Office in the city of Vaughan and registered a protest against the Hindu Forum Canada against Hindu terrorism.
Finally, the truck drove towards the cities of the Brampton and Mississauga offices and was out for more than an hour at each location. The truck traveled more than 60 kilometers along the busy streets of the Greater Toronto Area.
Thousands of Canadians viewed the Hindu Forum Canada slides with a clear message – “Families of Mumbai terror attack victims across the globe want justice”.
In New York City, members of the Indian community organize anti-terrorism protests. They were reading banners – “Stand Against Terrorism” and “We Demand Justice”.
On 26 November 2008, 10 terrorists trained by the Pakistan-based terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) carried out a series of coordinated attacks against several locations in Mumbai, including the Taj Mahal Hotel, Oberoi Hotel, Leopold Cafe. Nariman (Chabad) House, and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station, 166 people were killed.
Pakistani officials deny being guilty and still continue to take action on several dossiers shared by India. The ongoing trial in a Pakistani anti-terrorism court against seven suspects has made very less headlines for more than a decade, as Pakistani authorities question the adequacy and validity of the evidence against them.

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