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Nine years on, the scars of 26/11 terror attacks are yet to heal

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Published on Nov 26, 2017

The day marks nine years since the Maximum City witnessed the deadly 26/11 attack, which claimed the lives of more than 166 people. The families of the three fishermen, who were travelling in a boat which was hijacked by the Pakistani terrorists, have asked the government to provide some assistance as they are in utter miserable condition. The government issued death certificates to the kin of the three fishermen killed by the Pakistani terrorists almost after nine years. Five fishermen were on board 'Kuber', when their boat was hijacked off the coast of Saurashtra by Ajmal Kasab and other Pakistani terrorists. The four missing fishermen were identified as Ramesh Solanki of Junagadh, Natwar alias Natu Nanu Rathod, Mukesh Rathod and Balvant Tandel from Vansi-Borse and Dandi villages in south Gujarat.

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