26/11 assaults commemoration: US says remaining with India to guarantee equity for casualties
As India remembered the abhorrences on the twelfth commemoration of the 2008 Mumbai dread assaults, the United States (US) said it is focused on holding the culprits of the deplorable 26/11 assaults responsible to guarantee equity for the people in question.
Affirming that it remains with India and stays fearless in the battle against illegal intimidation, US State Department delegate representative Cale Brown said on Wednesday stated, "Through the Rewards for Justice program, we try to guarantee that each one of those answerable for this offensive assault face equity."
"On the twelfth commemoration of the 26/11 Mumbai assault, the US reaffirms its promise to considering the culprits responsible and guaranteeing equity for the people in question, including six Americans.
Remaining close by our Indian accomplices, we stay fearless in the battle against psychological warfare," news office PTI cited Cale Brown as saying.
In November 26, 2008, ten psychological militants of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) did 12 facilitated shooting and besieging assaults that went on for four days across Mumbai.
In any event 166 individuals, including six Americans and nine fear mongers, were slaughtered and more than 300 others were harmed in the assaults which started on November 26, 2008.
The notable Taj Mahal inn, the Oberoi inn, Leopold Cafe, Nariman (Chabad) House and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station were a portion of the areas focused on.
The Rewards for Justice program is offering an award of up to USD 5 million for data about the people liable for these assaults. Key individuals from this appalling plot stay everywhere and the examination stays dynamic and continuous. This prize offer reaches out to any person who bears duty regarding this demonstration of fear, the State Department said.
The six US residents slaughtered during the 26/11 assaults were Ben Zion Chroman, Gavriel Holtzberg, Sandeep Jeswani, Aryeh Leibish Teitelbaum, Alan Scherr and his little girl Naomi Scherr.
David Coleman Headley, a Pakistani-American, and Tahawwur Rana, a previous Pakistan Army specialist and at present a Canadian resident, were arraigned in a US court for their help to the LeT fear monger activity.
In the interim, Indian Americans on Wednesday held a commemoration assembling before the US Capitol to offer appreciation to the survivors of the Mumbai fear assaults.