India has fairly strict gun control laws, did the 2008 Mumbai attacks change public opinion on this?

India has a history of fairly strict gun control. Re the 2008 Mumbai attacks - In the aftermath of the attacks did Indians change their opinions about gun ownership and gun control?

In other words did it make Mumbai residents want stricter gun control or less restrictive regulations on personal ownership so they could have defensive weapons of their own? Or was there no effect?

No. Indians in general are not gun loving!This topic was not debated at all in the aftermath of the attacks.

The attacks were seen as a failure of the state to protect it’s people,and the failure of intelligence agencies , co-ordination between various agencies etc.

Private ownership of small arms is effectively banned in India because of insurgency and terrorism, not in spite of it.