Posted by: pinkturtle2 | November 29, 2008

Pertempuran masih berterusan di Hotel Taj

The windows on the first floor of the Taj Mahal hotel  shatter after the use of a grenade launcher in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal hotel Friday afternoon, two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

The windows on the first floor of the Taj Mahal hotel shatter after the use of a grenade launcher in Mumbai, India, the last battleground after three days of attacks by militants in India's financial capital that have killed at least 144 people. Two or three gunmen remained holed up in the vast, 105-year-old Taj Mahal hotel, but all the others had been killed or taken into custody. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

Firefighters douse a blaze from Taj Mahal Hotel after a gun battle in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge Islamist militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. The hotel came under heavy gunfire and flames leaped out of the building shortly before the announcement.  REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)

Firefighters douse a blaze from Taj Mahal Hotel after a gun battle in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. The hotel came under heavy gunfire and flames leaped out of the building shortly before the announcement. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)

Indian forces take positions outside Taj Mahal Hotel during a gun battle in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge Islamist militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. The hotel came under heavy gunfire and flames leaped out of the building shortly before the announcement. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)

Indian forces take positions outside Taj Mahal Hotel during a gun battle in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. The hotel came under heavy gunfire and flames leaped out of the building shortly before the announcement. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)

An Indian soldier takes cover as the Taj Mahal hotel burns during gun battle between Indian military and militants inside the hotel in Mumbai, India, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008. Police say the siege at the Taj Mahal hotel is over, bringing an end to three days of terror in Mumbai in which more than 150 people were killed. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

An Indian soldier takes cover as the Taj Mahal hotel burns during gun battle between Indian military and militants inside the hotel in Mumbai, India, Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008. Police say the siege at the Taj Mahal hotel is over, bringing an end to three days of terror in Mumbai in which more than 150 people were killed. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

Members of the media take cover during a gun battle in Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge Islamist militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)

Members of the media take cover during a gun battle in Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai November 29, 2008. Operations by Indian commandos to dislodge militants at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel ended on Saturday, Indian television channels quoted officials as saying. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)

Army personnel lie down near a tourism poster and aim a grenade launcher at a part of the facade of the Taj Mahal hotel, unseen,  in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal hotel Friday afternoon,two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

Army personnel lie down near a tourism poster and aim a grenade launcher at a part of the facade of the Taj Mahal hotel, unseen, in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal hotel Friday afternoon,two days after a chain of militant attacks across India

Members of anti-terrorist squad take position during an engagement with suspected militants outside the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Commandos rappelling from helicopters stormed a besieged Jewish center Friday and scoured two landmark luxury hotels to rush survivors to safety and flush out gunmen, two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left  people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade)

Members of anti-terrorist squad take position during an engagement with suspected militants outside the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Commandos rappelling from helicopters stormed a besieged Jewish center Friday and scoured two landmark luxury hotels to rush survivors to safety and flush out gunmen, two days after a chain of militant attacks across India

An Indian soldiers aims at Taj Mahal Hotel where suspected militants are holed up during an assault in Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal Hotel Friday afternoon,two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

An Indian soldiers aims at Taj Mahal Hotel where suspected militants are holed up during an assault in Mumbai, India,. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal Hotel Friday afternoon,two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

A National Security Guard commando is seen at the roof during an operation against terrorists holed up at Nariman House in Colaba, Mumbai, India, Friday, Nov. 28, 2008. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal hotel Friday afternoon, two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)

A National Security Guard commando is seen at the roof during an operation against terrorists holed up at Nariman House in Colaba, Mumbai, India. Explosions and gunfire continued intermittently at the Taj Mahal hotel Friday afternoon, two days after a chain of militant attacks across India's financial center left people dead and the city in panic. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)

Pertempuran berterusan tumpaskan penyerang di Hotel Taj

29 November, 2008 10:45 AM

MUMBAI: Pertempuran senjata antara komando India dan anggota militan berterusan di Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, sejak malam tadi hingga awal pagi ini, dalam usaha akhir pasukan keselamatan untuk menumpaskan saki baki anggota pengganas.

Sejak semalam, angota komando berjaya menyelamatkan sekurang-kurangnya 30 orang yang ditahan di hotel itu sejak Rabu malam, apabila sekumpulan pengganas melancarkan serangan di bandar ini.

Sejumlah pengganas di hotel Taj terbunuh dalam Operasi Black Tornado itu, manakala sejumlah kecil lagi masih bertempur dengan pasukan keselamatan sejak lebih 50 jam lepas, atau mulai awal pagi Sabtu.

“Ini operasi yang unik,” kata ketua pengarah National Security Guard (NSG) JK Dutt kepada pemberita malam tadi.

“Kami telah hantar pasukan NSG yang baru, kami tidak mahu lagi kehilangan nyawa. Operasi ini berjaya dan berdasarkan tembakan yang dilepaskan masih terdapat dua hingga tiga orang pengganas di dalam hotel itu,” katanya.

Lebih 40 letupan didengar daripada hotel itu apabila anggota militan yang terdesak melemparkan bom tangan dan melepaskan tembakan berterusan ke arah pasukan komando. Petang semalam, dua wartawan cedera ringan apabila terkena serpihan bom tangan.

Seni bina hotel itu, dengan tangga yang berpusing dan bilik tersembunyi menyukarkan pasukan keselamatan menumpaskan anggota militan, yang jumlahnya antara 20 dan 30 orang ketika mereka menawan hotel itu.

Pasukan keselamatan juga menemui hampir 25 kg bahan letupan RDX di dalam hotel mewah itu.

Letupan dan tembakan berterusan dari beberapa bahagian hotel warisan itu yang mempunyai bangunan lama dan baru memusnahkan sebahagian hotel yang berusia satu abad itu.

Sementara itu, komando NSG petang semalam membebaskan Oberoi Trident dan Nariman House, yang turut ditawan pengganas sejak Rabu.

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TERKINI…..

29 November, 2008 12:45 PM

Laporan: Pertempuran di Hotel Taj berakhir

MUMBAI: Media melaporkan kenyataan pegawai kanan polis India berkata pertempuran di Hotel Taj di sini telah berakhir.Komando-komando dilihat berlegar-legar di hadapan hotel sementara kereta bomba dan ambulans-ambulans berhenti di pintu masuk.

Saluran berita NDTV mengeluarkan kenyataan tersebut oleh pengarah jeneral unit komando India’s elite National Security Guard, J.K. Dutt, dan Ketua Polis Mumbai Hasan Ghafoor.

Lebih 150 orang terbunuh di dalam serangan yang bermula apabila penyerang-penyerang menyerbu 10 buah tempat merentasi ibu negara komersial India. Lima belas pelancong adalah antara yang terbunuh. AP

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Responses

  1. Hancurkan India.. Allahuakkbar…allahuakbaaar…

    Hancurkan Eropa… Allahuakkbar…allahuakbaaar…

    *ngombe sek maneh…


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