It has been 11 years since the devastating 26/11 tragedy that took place in Mumbai. Even though much time has passed, the incident remains etched in everyone's memories.
On its anniversary, Ratan Tata paid tribute to victims and martyrs who lost their life in this tragedy. He shared a picture from that day on his social media and mentioned how 'proud he is of the spirit and the sense of unity displayed by Mumbai.'
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11 years later, a lot has been said about the tragedy that commenced on 26/11/2008. The memory of standing outside helpless and of the carnage and loss of life, are still fresh and painful. We will not forget the scars and the needless suffering caused at the hospital, the railway station, the hotels and across the city. But most importantly, we remain proud of the spirit and the sense of unity displayed by Mumbai in all its power on that day. I will say it again: We can be hurt, but not knocked out.
His support for the people of Mumbai and the undying spirit was reciprocated by netizens as well.
Yes Sir, Mumbai's Spirit and never die attitude keep everyone going..— 🇮🇳 DHANASHRI 🦅 🙂 ᒪᓎᐻ3S 😘 ᐻ ᒙᗅᗅᘉ 😘 (@Majhie_Mee_Dhan) November 26, 2019
Salute to all Brave soldiers 🇮🇳 who sacrifices there lives to keep us safe 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏#JaiHind 🇮🇳#MumbaiTerrorAttack #MumbaiAttacks pic.twitter.com/0Mxc23hCco
The Tata group was exemplary in their conduct in those trying times. No one will forget that.— Kiran Chowdhury (@kiranca2k) November 26, 2019
Sir, most of it all, its important our society and security remain vigilant, especially in the peace times!— Digital Nagrik (@diginagrik) November 26, 2019
Let this not repeat. 🙏...and yes thank you for bringing this landmark back, and back with glory.🙏
Spirit of Mumbai ..Spirit of India...Salute..🙏🇮🇳— supriya bhagat (@supriyabhagat7) November 26, 2019
Sir kudos to u always.... The way u came over such tragic time & rebuild everything in record time & with all the good memories of the brave ones intact is something I will always admire... Salute to u sir.. God bless always— Mohit Prashar (@MohitPrashar16) November 26, 2019
Sir your words seriously matters, especially when the nation and people of this nation are in picture. You have always been at the helm, when patriotism was the only aspect for our nation.— Jai Shri Ram 🚩 🙏 (@cyphergravity) November 26, 2019
Kudos to the jawans who fought bravely, condolences for ones who died... Jai Hind 🇮🇳
So true. We can be pained, but not destroyed.— J R (@naidnix) November 26, 2019
The iconic Taj hotel was at the centre of this tragedy when it was held hostage by terrorists. After the said attack, Ratan Tata reopened the hotel and did an exemplary work building it again.