Communicating solidarity with the casualties of the dangerous terror attack that happened in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, US President said that Washington remains alongside the Indians in their journey for equity over the assault. The US President took to Twitter saying, “On the ten-year commemoration of the Mumbai fear assault, the US remains with the general population of India in their mission for justice.
The Terror attack murdered 166 honest people, including six Americans. We will never give fear based oppressors a chance to win, or even verged on winning . Prior in the day, US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, in a press proclamation discharged by the US Department of State, declared that Washington will compensate up to USD five million for data prompting the capture or conviction of any individual associated with arranging or encouraging the 2008 assault.
The United States is focused on observing that those in charge of this assault confront equity. The Department of State Rewards for Justice (RFJ) Program offers another reward for up to USD five million for data prompting the capture or conviction of any person who was associated with arranging or encouraging the 2008 Mumbai assault, the announcement read.
Pompeo further declared that the US will call upon Pakistan, to maintain its UN Security Council commitment to actualize sanctions against the fear based oppressors in charge of this monstrosity.