Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Barve assured that “No More 26/11” will let happen in State & elsewhere. After Eleven years of 26/11 Terror Attack in Mumbai- City Police Commissioner assured that his Department is fully equipped to handle situations like the 26/11 terror attack & will never let happen disasters like that. Highlighting the Security preparedness & efforts Mumbai Police has putted ahead of 26/11 Terror Attack eve Commissioner said Mumbai Police is now the strongest force of the country in terms of training, use of modernised technology and highly sophisticated equipment. Barve also lauded citizens for their concerted efforts to be the "eyes and ears" of the police force.
On the eve of the 11th anniversary of the ghastly terror attack Mumbai Police Top Cop assured that we the people of Maharashtra are fully equiped to thwart 26/11 like attacks & will not let happen that again. Commissioner Barve highlighted that the coastal wing of Mumbai Police is in tandem with the Coast Guard to thwart terror attacks through the sea route. More than 5,000 CCTVs installed across the city which are helping the police to monitor every situation. Barve also added that the number of CCTVs is expected to increase to 5,600 in the next few months.
Remembering the Ghostly Attack in the country's history, 166 people were killed and over 300 injured when heavily-armed terrorists from Pakistan created mayhem in Mumbai on 26/11 of Year 2008. That (26/11) was the date when the whole country was scared due to the heinous attack. Panic and death were seen everywhere in Mumbai city. Today, even though Eleven years have passed, attack, the horrific memories are still alive. Due to that ghostly 26/11 Attack 164 innocent people lost their lives and hundreds injured in Terrorists’ bloody game in Mumbai. On around 2 and half days the terror remained in City.
Barve also highlighted that Mumbai Police has become top class trained force in Country and Quick Response Teams (QRTs) are ready to handle any kind of threat from inside or outside. He hereby ensures the city never faces such a threat in future," Barve said. He also said that people have understood that terrorism is the country's enemy and there is a feeling that everyone has to get together to fight the menace.
"People are playing the role of eyes and ears of law enforcement agencies, due to which we are getting information about suspicious persons and activities. This is a significant attitudinal change among people," the official said.