Scherr, who has made the island city her home since 2010, said the peace march would be the most appropriate response to not only honour the victims of the attack but also to share happiness over the hanging of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab.
"True justice is restored when we join together as one unified whole to live in peace, compassion and love. An irritant has been removed from the city of Mumbai completing the unfinished chapter to the 26/11 tragedy," she told reporters.
Image: A Jewish man picks up a photo of Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg, right, and his wife Rivkah, who were killed during the Mumbai attacks, after offering prayers at the Chabad (Nariman) house on its fourth anniversary in Mumbai, Monday, Nov. 26, 2012. India secretly executed the lone surviving gunman Mohammed Ajmal Kasab on Nov. 21, from the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, four years after Pakistani gunmen blazed through India's financial capital, killing 166 people and shattering relations between the nuclear-armed neighbors.