Activists demonstrate outside the Pakistan High Commission in Sri Lanka, calling for action to combat terrorism.

The New Democratic Peoples Front held a rally outside the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lankas capital, Colombo, on November 25 . The rally was held under the slogans: To eradicate terrorism, Pakistan should support the end of terrorism .

Colombo (Sri Lanka) : The New Democratic Peoples Front, a political party, held a rally outside the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo, on November 25 and recalled the victims of the 2611 Mumbai attack, encouraging Islamabad to take steps to end terrorism, according to Trueceylon.The protest, which lasted over an hour, was conducted under the slogans: To eradicate terrorism, Pakistan should support the end of terrorism, and Pakistani terrorism is a threat not only to South Asia but the rest of the world.According to Daily Mirror, a Sandeshaya was handed over to the commission with the order that terror be eradicated from the planet.VG Yoharajan Pillayi, the General Secretary of the New Democratic Peoples Front Party, issued an appeal to Thilanka's Administrative Officer, urging the Pakistani government to take steps to curb terrorism.

Despite the fact that 89 people were killed in the Mumbai attack on November 26, 2008, a Pakistani anti-terrorism team led by Army Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, Mumbai's Additional Police Commissioner Ashok Kamte, and Senior Police Inspector Vijay Salaskar were among those killed in the attack.

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