Naughty, who played a key role in the 26/11 terror attacks on Mumbai, breathes his last

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Deccan Express

The people of the country will never forget the horrific 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai in 2008. Dogs with canning soldiers played a key role in finding weapons and ammunition during the attack. Retired Canning Soldier Naughty, a 14-year-old dog who played a key role in the operation, died Monday (Dec. 10). Ajmal Kasab, a terrorist from Lashkar-e-Toiba, used the same dog to find hidden weapons and ammunition. Even though Naughty has passed away, his performance is certainly memorable.

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Naughty was adopted by Rajesh Sutar, a former Ranji player from Safale in Palghar. Naughty, a Black Labrador, retired in 2014. He suddenly fell ill. He was awarded the gallantry award at an event organized by the Bombay Veterinary College, Lower Parel Spandan. Nine out of 10 terrorists in the 26/11 terror attacks were strangled by Mumbai police and NSG commandos, while Ajmal Kasab was found alive in police custody. According to him, all the attackers were Pakistanis and the Pakistani terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Toiba was behind the attacks.

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