List of 110 most wanted terrorists

Published March 12, 2015
The top ten terrorists on the list were allegedly involved in high-profile suicide attacks, besides sectarian violence.— AP/file
The top ten terrorists on the list were allegedly involved in high-profile suicide attacks, besides sectarian violence.— AP/file

LAHORE: Police on Wednesday issued a list of 110 most wanted terrorists belonging to various banned outfits.

The top ten terrorists on the list were allegedly involved in high-profile suicide attacks, besides sectarian violence.

One of the most wanted terrorists, Matiur Rehman, was involved in the attacks on former president retired Gen Musharraf, former prime minister Shaukat Aziz and suicide bombing on Sheraton Hotel, Karachi. He carried Rs10 million head money.

Mansoor alias Choota Ibrahim Hasan and Qari Ehsanul Haq alias Shahid were also involved in the suicide attack on Musharraf on Dec 25, 2003, in Rawalpindi. Rs5m reward had been announced for their arrest.

The head money on Ikramullah, who was associated with Baitullah Mehsood group and involved in the suicide attack that killed Ms Bhutto in Rawalpindi is Rs2 million.

Rs5 million reward was announced for providing information leading to arrest of Rana Mohammad Afzal, who belonged to the Masood Azhar group of the TTP. He had close links with Al Qaeda’s Arab commanders. He had been carrying out terrorist activities along with Al Qaeda and Taliban militants.

The head money for Qari Abdullah, who is associated with TTP’s Ameer Lashkar-i-Khurasan group, was the mastermind of a suicide bombing at the ISI office in Qasim Baila, Multan, is also Rs5 million.

Published in Dawn, March 12th, 2015

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