Pakistan not honest in bringing 26/11 perpetrators to justice, says India

Pakistan not honest in bringing 26/11 perpetrators to justice, says India

He called on all countries, while naming Pakistan in particular, to implement sanctions against terrorists responsible for the attack.

"I can assure Mumbaikars that the city is safe and police are capable of protecting you from any eventuality", Mumbai Police Commissioner Subodh Kumar Jaiswal said.

It added, "Planners of 26/11 still roam streets of Pakistan with impunity".

On the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai terror attack on Monday, the U.S. state department's Rewards for Justice (RFJ) Program had offered a new reward of up to US$5 million for information leading to the arrest or conviction of any individual who was involved in planning or facilitating the 2008 Mumbai attack.

The US is committed to seeing that those responsible face justice, said Pompeo.

But U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that those who planned the attack had not been convicted.

"They continue to live in our hearts & memories ever after".

Earlier on Monday, US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, in a statement released by the US Department of State, announced that the US will reward up to Dollars five million for information leading to the arrest or conviction of any individual involved in planning or facilitating the 2008 attack.

To honour the memory of the victims, a moment of silence was observed by the attendees followed by lighting of candles.

Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom took to Twitter saying, "On the 10 year anniversary of the appalling attacks in Mumbai my thoughts are again with the families and friends of those killed and injured".

The event among others was attended by Basant Sanghera and Jennifer Whethey, Director in the US National Security Council at the White House.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis while paying tribute to the victims of 26/11 Mumbai attack on Monday, 26 November, said that a zero tolerance policy should be followed towards terrorism. Since its inception in 1984, the program has paid over United States dollars 150 million to more than 100 people who provided actionable information that helped bring terrorists to justice or prevented acts of global terrorism worldwide.

Meanwhile, France, Israel and the United Kingdom took a similar stand, condemning the Mumbai terror attack. "Today we remember the victims and stand with India in the fight to end violent Islamist extremism", Congressman Ted Yoho said in a tweet.

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