Indian Americans organized nationwide candlelight vigil for the fallen heroes in the Kabul attack

The commemoration was held at about 25 venues all over USA which was heavily represented by local council representatives, representatives of congressman, veterans and members of Afghan community.

Indian Americans organized nationwide candlelight vigil for the fallen heroes in the Kabul attack

The Indian American community members held a nationwide candlelight vigil on Sunday for the fallen American Service members in the dastardly Kabul attack. #IndianAmericansagainstTerror was trending on the Internet during and after the vigil. These events were organized in Washington DC, New York City, New Jersey, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Boston, Dallas, Chicago, Columbus and Connecticut.

The community expressed their full solidarity with families of the Military personnel who lost their lives and became casualties in the war against Terror. From candle-light vigils to peaceful protests and fundraisers to help the affected family members, there are several reactions coming from across the United States. More vigils and protests are scheduled in the coming weeks leading up to the 20th Anniversary of September 11.