Kavita Karkare, wife of slain ATS chief Hemant Karkare, who was killed in the audacious 26/11 terror attack, believes if the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) Chief is not safe in India then there is no security for the common people.
"It is so funny that the ATS chief is not safe and had to be killed like this. How will common people feel safe then in this country?" Kavita questioned at the launch of a music video album about corruption in the police force.
The album 'Yahi Sach Hai' has been directed and produced by former IPS officer Y P Singh and his wife Abha.
"I fail to understand what is wrong with our security system. How could ten terrorists armed with weapons and explosives enter the country," a tearful Kavita said.
She further said the memorial and tribute services does not help reduce the sorrow of the families who have lost their loved ones in the terror attack.
Parents of Additional Commissioner of Police, Ashok Kamte who also lost his life in the line of duty on November 26, were also present at the launch. They, however, refused to comment.
"Mumbai police do not care about their own brethren and are indulging in several wrongdoings since long. The bullet-proof jackets that are being used has 16 violations of the manual and are sub-standard," Y P Singh told reporters. PTI