Delhiites on Wednesday converged in the heart of the national capital, joining others across the country, to express their anger and anguish over the Mumbai terror strikes and pay tributes to its victims.
People came to Jantar Mantar this evening and lit candles in memory of those killed in a series of terror attacks in the western metropolis last week.
Such meetings are organised across the country including in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata.
"Terrorism has no religion. People should unite in the fight against terror and I feel it's important to stand up and be counted," Sandeep Mishra, who dropped in to the Park along with family, said.
Zulfikar Ali, a software engineer, said the only way to address the "crucial and distressing" issue of terrorism is by becoming a part of the solution.
"After all, as along as India is 'of the people, for the people, by the people' we will be fully responsible for the change that we want to see in her," Ali said.