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January 24, 2009 / Naveen Sanagala

Indian Republic Day Celebrations – Dedicated To The Brave Cops

hemant vijay-salaskar

All Indians will celebrate the Republic Day with utmost fervor on 26, January. On this day, people perform the flag-hosting and salute the flag while singing the National Anthem, “Jana Gana Mana”.

In 2009, it is very significant to celebrate the day with great patriatism because we have been through the severe situations this time, very different circumstances, as we led India with peace and prosperity. However, we could not save the victims of Mumbai blasts and attacks, done by bloody terrorists, at least we can now dedicate this year to the great soldiers and committed policemen.

On 26th November, 2008, just couple of months ago, we lost our peace, prosperity to the terror, but we regained our magestic sovereignity with the help of our courageous, committed, dynamic saviours. They avoided a greater bloodshed and kept on the hope of foreign tourists who were visiting India.

This time, during the Republic Day celebrations, India’s Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh will undergo his heart surgery. So he cannot attend the grand India Gate, New Delhi’s Republic Day Parade. Dr Pranab Mukherjee will adress the nation, instead of his superior colleague.

The three top cops, who sacrificed their lives during ‘Mumbai Protection’:
Hemant Karkare:
Hemant Karkare was the Chief of ATS (Anti-Terrorism Squad).
Vijay Salaskar:
Encounter Specialist of Mumbai Police
Ashok Kamte:
Additional Commissioner of Mumbai Police

IBN Live states, “Hemant Karkare last night wore a helmet, talked on his cellphone and finally put on a bullet-proof jacket before he met his deathly fate in the country’s biggest terror seize.”
Other than these 3 top cops, 8 more brave cops shot dead
following the unfortunate incidents happened in Mumbai at that time.

I Salute them from the deepest layer of my Heart
Jayaho Bharat Jayaho !!!!

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