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Peace Run in Mumbai to demand zero tolerance against terror

mumbai Updated: Nov 22, 2009 13:25 IST

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Demanding zero tolerance against terrorism, thousands of people including renowned wrestler Khali and Kashmiri girl Rukhsana, who killed a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist in J-K, on Sunday participated in a 'Peace Run' organised in Mumbai.

The run began from Nariman Point area, which is just a stone throw away from Trident Hotel, one of the places attacked by terrorists on November 26 last year.

The Peace Run organised by 50 NGOs in the city to express solidarity with the martyrs and victims of the 26/11 terror attacks, began after All India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF) Chairman M S Bitta, Khali and Rukhsana took an oath against terrorism.

Senior citizens and children ran through the city streets holding placards and banners with messages against terrorism.

"We have come together to send out a message that terrorism can never be tolerated. This unity will ensure that nobody dares to eye our country," Khali said.