Those present on the occasion observed a two minutes silence and lit candles to pay homage in memory of those who lost their lives in this dastardly deed, a release from Indian High Commission in UK said.

Indian High Commission in the UK organised a solemn commemorative event on Monday (26) to mark the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai on November 26, 2008.

Lord Ranbeer Singh Suri, Lord Navnit Dholakia, Virender Sharma MP, Fergus Auld from FCO, representatives from UK police, high commissioner of Sri Lanka to the UK, and several other community members joined in to remember the victims and to show solidarity in the fight against the scourge of terrorism.

Those present on the occasion observed two minutes silence and lit candles to pay homage in memory of those who lost their lives in this dastardly deed, a release from Indian High Commission in the UK said.

High commissioner, Ruchi Ghanashyam, in her address underlined that this was a crime against humanity which India can never forget. She also stressed the close cooperation and strong commitment between India and the UK to combat terrorism.

Among the precious lives lost in the November 26 (26/11) terror attack was one British citizen and seven British citizens were injured.

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