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Maharashtra’s High-Level Enquiry Committee Report on 26/11

Maharashtra’s High-Level Enquiry Committee Report on 26/11

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Maharashtra’s High-Level Enquiry Committee Report on 26/11. Pradhan Committee Report
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REPORT OF THEHIGH LEVEL ENQUIRY COMMITTEE (HLEC) ON 26/11
(Appointed by the Maharashtra Government vide GAD GR No: Raasua.2008/C.R.34/29-A, 30
th
Dec 2008)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 Pages
 1. Glossary & Abbreviations 3 - 42. Section-1: Summary of Conclusions & Recommendations 5-283. Section-2 Report 29-814. Appendix 1: List of officials interviewed 82-835.
 
Appendix 2: List of dead & injured policemen/RPF/Home 84-86
Guards location-wise
 
 
 6. Appendix 3: Maps of places of attack 87-90(1. Leopold Café & Taj Palace Hotel,2. Nariman House,3. Hotel Oberoi/Trident4. CST & Cama Hospital)
GLOSSARY AND ABBREVIATIONS
 
1.
 
IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices) – bombs with timed mechanism.2.
 
Dy. Commissioner of Police-Zone (DCP) – Mumbai City is divided into 12Zones, besides Port Zone.3.
 
Dy. Commissioner Special Branch-II – In-charge of Foreigners Branch.4.
 
Shri Sadanand Date (Pronounced as Datey).5.
 
JT. Commissioner (L&O) – In-charge of Law and Order of the entire city.6.
 
ATS – Anti Terrorist Squad.7.
 
Additional CS (Home) – Additional Chief Secretary (Home Department).8.
 
DGP (Director General of Police).9.
 
Additional Commissioner SB- I - In-charge of Special Branch – I (Intelligence).10.
 
Additional Commissioner (Protection) – In-charge of Security.11.
 
Police Mobiles – These are different Patrol vehicles for maintaining law and order. Some are with police stations like ‘Police Station Mobiles’ (like Colaba-1 – Colaba-2, MRA-1, Azad Maidan-1 etc) while bigger vehicles called ‘StrikingMobiles’ are under the Additional Commissioner of Police or Control Room.‘Tourist Mobiles’ are those Patrol vehicles under some police stations to ensure protection of tourists. ‘Beat Marshals’ are motor cycle borne policemen who patrol the Beats in each police station. ‘Assault mobiles’ are located at fixed vulnerable points and usually are not moved unless there is grave emergency.12.
 
CST (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus) (Central Railway).13.
 
C/R Logs (Police Control Room Log entries).14.
 
Different Police Ranks – Sr. P.I. (Senior Police Inspector usually in-charge of a police station), P.I (Police Inspector), PSI (Police Sub-Inspector), ASI (AssistantSub-Inspector), HC (Head Constable), PN (Police Naik), PC (Police Constable),RTPC or WTPC (Radio Telephony- Wireless Police Constable).15.
 
Senior Police Ranks in the City - ACP – (Assistant Commissioner of Police),DCP – (Dy. Commissioner of Police), Addl. C.P. – (Additional Commissioner of Police), Jt CP-(Joint Commissioner of Police), CP – (Commissioner of Police).16.
 
Senior Police Ranks in the State (mentioned in the Report) – DGP (Director General of Police), Commissioner SID (He is in charge of State Intelligence
 
Department), Additional DGP (This rank is next in seniority to the DGP), IGP(Inspector General of Police), DIG (Dy. Inspector General of Police, SP(Superintendent of Police).17.
 
QRT (Quick Response Teams) - formed under ATS for dealing with terroristattacks.18.
 
SRPF –(State Reserve Police Force) – Armed police battalions located in different places to assist civil police in dealing with Law & Order.19.
 
 NSG (National Security Guards) under the Ministry of Home Affairs for dealingwith terrorist attacks.20.
 
SOPs (Standard Operating Practice).21.
 
‘Machhimar Nagar’ mentioned in the Report – Sprawling Fishermen colonyabutting the sea along the Cuffe Parade area.22.
 
Badhwar Park – Senior Railway Officers’ Colony facing Machimar Nagar.23.
 
ATC (Air Traffic Control) at the airport.24.
 
RAW (Research & Analysis Wing) – Foreign Intelligence Unit of Government of India.25.
 
IB (Intelligence Bureau) of the Government of India.26.
 
SPG (Special Protection Group) – In-charge of Security of the Prime Minister.27.
 
‘Nakka bandhi’ - Police setting up road blocks to check criminals.28.
 
LMGs (Light Machine Guns).29.
 
BPT (Bombay Port Trust).30.
 
BDDS (Bomb Detection and Disposal Squads).31.
 
BP Vest (Bullet Proof Vest).32.
 
SLR (Semi Automatic – Self-loading Rifle)33.
 
RDX (Royal Demolition Explosive or Research Department Explosive) – major component in plastic explosives.34.
 
 NCPA (National Centre for Performing Arts) – Residential and Theatre Complexadjoining The Oberoi Hotel.35.
 
Express Towers – ‘The Indian Express’ building adjoining Trident Hotel. (Tridentand The Oberoi are interconnected.)36.
 
RPF (Railway Protection Force) - under Ministry of Railways, Government of India).37.
 
Railway Police (CST Police Station) – In-charge of crime and Law & Order onrailways but under Government of Maharashtra.38.
 
Metro – Important road junction next to Metro Theatre Complex.39.
 
MARCOS (Marine Commandos under the Navy).40.
 
MSEDC (Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company).41.
 
LeT (Lashkar-e-Toiba) Pakistan based terrorist group.42.
 
MAC (Multi-Agency Centre) – to disseminate intelligence from Government of India.
HIGH LEVEL ENQUIRY COMMITTEE (HLEC) ON 26/11
 
(Appointed by the Maharashtra Government vide GAD GR No: Raasua.2008/C.R.34/29-A, 30
th
Dec2008)

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