Indian Communities in Tokyo, Washington, and London gathered in front of the offices of the Pakistan High Commission to protest against terrorism on the account of 14 years of Mumbai Terror attacks.
The protests were held to pay tributes to the victims and demand Justice for the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai which claimed 166 innocent lives.
Accusations were made against Pakistan for harboring and protecting terrorist organizations like Lashkar-E- Taiba in the country.
The Indian Diaspora gathered holding the Indian flags and displayed banners and chants of Justice in front of the Pakistan Embassy. The protests were seen in the cities of Japan, Washington, and London.
The Indian Community in Japan while remembering the vicious inhumane acts of the terrorist organization Lashkar-E-Taiba gathered in front of the Pakistan High Commission.
The people were seen holding Placards with pictures of the LET head Hafiz Saeed and Hisashi Tsuda. People demanded action from the Pakistani authorities against the terror’s head Hafiz Saeed.
Hisashi Tsuda had lost his life in the Mumbai terror attack.
The banners read ” Hafiz Saeed Mastermind of the 26/11/2008 Mumbai Attack” and people chanted slogans “Bharat Mata ki Jai”, “We want justice” and ” 26/11 terrorists must be hanged”
Similar pictures surfaced from the United States of America where a group of Indian Americans and South East Asians gathered to demonstrate protest against the terror hub.
They demanded Justice for the lives lost during the vicious terror attack in Mumbai 14 years back while protesting in front of the Pakistan High Commission in Washington DC. People could be seen holding placards that cited “Pakistan is a Terrorist State”
The Pakistan Consulate in Chicago and The Pakistan Community Centre in New Jersey also saw the members of the Indian Diaspora protesting against their country for sheltering terrorists.
Protesters called for action against Hafiz Saeed who was the mastermind of the 26/11 attack.
People displayed their anger by holding banners against Pakistan and shouting slogans against Pakistan and demanding justice. LED vans showed the clips of the 26/11 attacks and highlighted Pakistan’s role in terror funding.
A Commemorative event was organized at the Indian Embassy in London on the occasion of the 14th year Anniversary of the 26/11 attacks.
While speaking to the media group India Today present at the event, Vikram Doraiswami who is the High Commissioner of India in the UK said, “We will continue to press for the groups which plotted the act of terror to be brought to books.
This cannot be left as an unfinished task.”
Adding further, he said that efforts are being made at the United Nations to seek sanctions against the masterminds of the attack who remain free to date.
Arif Aajakia, former Mayor of Pakistan joined the Indian Community at the event. Presently working as a human rights activist in London Aajakia said, “Masood Azhar of Jaish-e-Mohammad was freed from the Indian prison after an Indian aircraft was hijacked. He is a criminal in India and so are Dawood and Hafiz Saeed. They should be returned to India.”
A truck was seen making rounds in the city of London, paying tribute to the martyrs and the victims who lost their lives in the unfortunate event. People gathered could be seen paying tribute and demanding justice for the innocent lives lost.