Book captures eyewitness account of 26/11 terror attack
With Ajmal Kasab, the only terrorist captured alive after the attacks, being executed recently, Chawla who has been haunted by the attack says his "feeling of satisfaction has no limits."
"14 Hours: An Insider's Account of the Taj Attack" is being released on the fourth anniversary of what is now referred to as the 26/11 attacks.
"With Kasab's much deserving death my feeling of satisfaction has no limits," says Chawla.
"I was in deep sleep on the morning of November 21, when a friend of mine called me with news of Kasab's hanging. While I started with the book I always wanted the book launch to coincide with 26/11 but his hanging was a fortunate and unexpected coincidence," Chawla said.
The book published by Rupa contains personal experiences of people who survived the attacks. 166 people had lost their lives in the terror attack on Mumbai on November 26, 2008.
Recalling the night he says, "A big boned and well muscled guy wearing a blue cap and a grey back pack hanging from his left shoulder came running inside the hotel. He squeezed the trigger of the rifle in his right hand and turned the pristine white shirt of a man into
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