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Mumbai Attack: Tribute to Officers

As a got up in the morning, it was not the same day as usual. At night at around 10.00pm I saw the news that some gangs are firing each other at Oberoi Hotel. But next morning I saw the news the there were no gangs but Mumbai was under terrorist attack. Then one after the other I saw many places which were attacked by terrorist. I was really scared by seeing terrorist openly firing at innocent and unaware crowds at VT, Metro,Taj etc.

 

It was clear that terrorist have chosen famous Landmark locations for their murderous mayhem. Taj Hotel is one of the heritages of Mumbai for past more than 100 years.

I am not the expert but I think the main intention of the terrorist is to scare the people and most importantly destabilize India as India is developing day by day.

 

It would be not fair if I did not mention the three top police officers Karkare, Vijay Salaskar and Mr.Kamte and other brave police officers would laid their lives for our country. I salute the daredevilry of these officers who did not bother about their lives to fight such a cowardly and menacing act by some misguided youth. My homage to the brave policemen who gave their today for our safe tomorrow.

 

Even now while I am writing this post, I heard that Commandos were airdropped at Nariman House. I hope that we will defeat the terrorist because forgiving a terrorist is left to GOD,but fixing their appointment with GOD is our responsibility. Not even a single terrorist should be kept alive.

 

Friends please find the help lines in case anyone needs,

Helplines:

 

Taj- 022-66574322, 022-66574372, 1800 111 825;

Trident- 011-23890606;

MEA control room –    91-11-23015300   ,    91-11-23012113    and    91-11-23013537   .       MEA fax number: 91-11-23018158

 

Emergency Contact Numbers:

MUMBAI: Following are the emergency contact numbers in Mumbai for the public:
Emergency contact numbers:
1. Police hotline 100

2.BMC Disaster Management Cell  22694725
3. Blood Banks 1910
4. Ambulance Services 1298
5. General Complaints 1916
6. Railway Any Emergency 23004000
7.
Travel Agents Mumbai 149
8. Airport Police Helpline 28225709
9. Indian Red Cross Society for Blood bank 22663560
10. Missing Persons Bureau 22621547
11. Police Control Room Helpline 22620111, 22151855
12. Traffic Control Room Helpline 24937747, 24937755
13. Mantralaya Nariman Point Helpline 22024243
14. Collector of Bombay 22661231
15. Traffic Helpline 25181717
16. J J Hospital Blood Bank: Dr. Ganesh, Dr.Nair —
022 23739400
17. Bombay Hospital: Ms Purohit — 22067676 Extn 216
18. St George Hospital Direct Blood Bank:
Tarun – 22620344
19. Taj
Hotel: 022-66574322, 022-66574372,
1800 111 825
20. Trident Hotel: 022-23890606

Courtesy: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Cities/Mumbai_emergency_contact_nos/articleshow/3770561.cms

 

 

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One Response to “Mumbai Attack: Tribute to Officers”

  1. This list of the help line is a good idea.
    It will help a lot of people.
    Good work gentleman..


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