On February 16, 2019, as a protest against the horrendous Pulwama terror attacks on Indian jawans, Mumbai citizens and railway commuters staged a rail roko protest at Nalasopara railway station. Pic/Ashish Rane
Thousands of railway commuters, mostly office-goers, took to the railway tracks at around 8 am in order to protest against the terror attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama that killed at least 44 CRPF jawans. Pic/Ashish Rane
The Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Government Railway Police (GRP) sprung into action to evacuate the protestors from the railway tracks and evacuate in order to normalise the train services. Pic/Ashish Rane
On February 14, 2019, in what is known as one of the worst-ever terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir since militancy erupted in 1989, a suicide bomber rammed his SUV packed with explosives into a CRPF bus on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Pulwama district, killing at least 44 troopers and leaving the security established stunned. Citizens across the country offered their condolences, while Mumbaikars took to streets to condemn the terror attacks of Pulwama. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
From two-minute silence to burning the effigy of Pakistan flags and much more, Citizens of Mumbai paid homage to the CRPF personnel who lost their lives in the Pulwama terror attacks. Pic/Samiullah Khan
Members of young voice club took to the streets in Ghatkopar East to protest against the horrendous terror attack on the CRPF jawans at Pulwama in South Kashmir. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
The Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) claimed the responsibility for the horror and released a video clip of the suicide bomber, a 'commander' identified as Adil Ahmad Dar, which claimed was shot before the young man carried out the strike in Lethpora. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
In picture: Protestors in Ghatkopar burn the effigy of Adil Ahmar Dar, the suicide bomber who rammed the SUV and killed CRPF jawans.
In Mumbai, citizens filled with angst took to the streets of Bandra to protest against the terror attacks on CRPF jawans. The protestors burned the flag of Pakistan at the collector's office in Kalanagar, Bandra East.
Members of the Bhendi Bazaar walked the roads of South Mumbai and offered their condolences to the martyrs of the Pulwama terror attack.
In the picture, members of the shopkeepers and members of Bhendi Bazaar protest against the Pulwama terror attacks as they kept the Bhendi Bazaar market in South Mumbai closed as a mark of respect for the martyrs of Pulwama terror attacks.
In Vasai, citizens took to the streets to condemn the attacks on CRPF jawans by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM). Pic/Samiullah Khan
The citizens paid tribute to the martyrs of Pulwana Terror Attacks and even burnt the national flag of Pakistan as a mark of protest. Pic/Samiullah Khan
In picture: Citizens are seen burning the Pakistani national flag as a mark of protest for the martyrs of Pulwama Terror Attacks. Pic/Samiullah Khan
In the picture, people pay respect to slain soldiers of Pulwama terror attacks in Ghatkopar East. Pic/Nandish Thaker
On February 14, 2019, in what is known as the worst-ever terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir since militancy erupted in 1989, a suicide bomber on Thursday rammed his SUV packed with explosives into a CRPF bus on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Pulwama district, killing at least 43 troopers and leaving the security established stunned. Citizens across the country offered condolences to the jawans, while citizens in Mumbai took to streets to condemn the terror attacks of Pulwama. (All Pictures/Mid-day, Pradeep Dhivar, Samiullah Khan and Ashish Rane)
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