PESHAWAR, Oct 6: The following is the list, provided to all the banks operating in Pakistan through an SBP circular in January 2001, of the Taliban leaders whose bank accounts and assets were directed to be frozen under UN resolution 1276 are:

Mullah Mohammed Hassan (first deputy council of ministers, governor of Kandhar province), Maulvi Abdul Kabir (second deputy council of ministers, governor of Nangerhar province and head of Eastern zone), Abdul Wakil Mutawakil (minister for foreign affairs), Abdul Rehman Zahed (deputy foreign minister), Mullah Abdul Jalil (deputy minister of foreign affairs), Mullah Ubaidullah Akhund (minister of defence), Mullah Abdul Razzaq (minister of interior affairs), Mullah Khaksar (deputy minister of interior affairs), Mohammed Sharif (deputy minister of interior affairs), Qari Ahmadullah (minister of security/intelligence), Mullah Nooruddin Turabi (minister of justice), Sher Abbas Stanekzai (deputy minister of health), Mullah Yar Mohammed (minister of communication), Alla Dad Tayeb (deputy minister of communication), Alhaj Mullah Mohammed Isa Akhund (minister of mines and industries), Maulvi Mohammed ullah Mati (minister of public works), Maulvi Rostam Nuristani (deputy minister of public works), Hafez Mohibullah (minister of Haj and religious affairs), Maulvi Abul Raqib (minister of repatriation), Mullah Mohammed Jan Akhund (minister of water and electricity), Maulvi Faiz Mohammed Faizan (deputy minister of commerce), Maulvi Abdul Hakim Momb (deputy minister of foreign affairs), Qudratullah Jamal (minister of information), Abdul Rehman Hotak (deputy minister of culture), Ramatullah Wahidyar (deputy minister for martyrs and repatriation), Mullah Niaz Mohammed (governor of Kabul province), Maulvi Khair Mohammed Khairkhawa (governor of Herat province), Maulvi Noorullah Nuri (governor of Balkh province and head of Northern zones), Na’im Kuchi (governor of Bamiyan province), Commander Bashir Baghlani (governor of Baghlan province), Commander Arif Khan (governor of Kunduz province), Maulvi Shafiqullah Mohammedi (governor of Khost province), Maulvi Ahmed Jan (governor of Zabul province), Mullah Dost Mohammed (governor of Ghazni province), Noor Mohammed Saqib (chief justice of supreme court), Abdul Rehman Agha (chief justice of ministry of court), Maulvi Kamaluddin (head of department of preventing vice and propagating virtue), Abdul Salaam Zaeef (Taliban ambassador to Pakistan), Abdul Hakim Mujahid (Taliban envoy to the United Nations), General Rehmatullah Safi (Taliban representative in Europe), Akhtar Muhammed Mansoor (head of aviation), Mullah Hamidullah (head of Ariana Airlines), Alhaj Mullah Sadruddin (Mayor of Kabul city), Amir Khan Muttaqi (Taliban representative to UN-led talks), Jan Mohammed Madani (charge d’Affairs, Taliban embassy, Abu Dhabi), Shamsalah Kamalzada (second secretary, Taliban embassy, Abu Dhabi), Aziz-ur-Rehman (third secretary, Taliban embassy, Abu Dhabi), Mawlawn Abdul Manan (commercial attache, Taliban embassy, Abu Dhabi) and Malawi Abdul Wahab (Taliban charge D’Affairs in Riyadh).

latest list: Under a latest list of names (compiled by the UN security council committee], provided to banks in Pakistan on Aug 8, 2001, the Taliban leaders whose bank accounts and assets, if any, have been directed to be frozen include:

Taliban embassy at Islamabad’s staff Habibullah Fauzi (first secretary /deputy head of mission), Mohammed Suhail Shaheen (second secretary), Mohammed Sarwar Siddimal (third secretary), Mullah Mohammed Zahid (third secretary), general Abdul Qadeer (military attache), Maulvi Nazirullah Anafi (commercial attache), Maulvi Abdul Ghafar Qureshi (repatriation attache) and Mohammed Daud (administrative attache), Taliban’s staff at its consulate general in Peshawar including Maulvi Najibullah (counsul general), Qari Abdul Wali (first secretary), Syed Allamuddin (second secretary), Maulvi Akhtar Mohammed (education attache) and Alhaj Maulvi Gul Ahmad Hakimi (commercial attache).

Taliban’s staff at its consulate general Karachi including Maulvi Rahamatullah Kakazada (counsul general), Mufti Mohammed Aleem Noorani (first secretary), Haji Abdul Ghafar Shenwari (third secretary) and Maulavi Gul Ahmed Hakimi (commercial attache), Taliban’s staff at its consulate general in Quetta including Maulavi Abdullah Murad (consul general), Maulavi Abdul Haiy Aazem (first secretary) and Maulvi Hamdullah (repatriation attache).

Others include Maulavi Nik Mohammed (deputy minister of commerce), Mullah Matiullah (Kabul’s customs house), Maulavi Dadullah Akhund (minister of construction), Mullah Fazel M. Mazloom (deputy chief of army staff), Mullah Baradar (deputy minister of defence), Mullah Abdul Rauf (commander of central corpus), Mullah Amir Khan Muttaqi (minister of education), Mullah Mohammed Nasim Hanafi (deputy minister of education), Maulavi S.Ahmed Shadikhel (deputy minister of education), Mullah Abdul Wasay Aghjan Motasem (minister of finance), Mullah Arefullah Aref (deputy minister of finance), Mullah Haji M. Ahamdi (president of Da Afghanistan Bank), Dr Abdul Satar Paktis (protocol department, ministry of foreign affairs), Maulavi Faiz (information department, ministry of foreign affairs), Shams-us- Safa Aminzai (press centre, ministry of foreign affairs), Maulavi Abdul Baqi (consulate department, ministry of foreign affairs), M Jawaz Waziri (UN department, minister of foreign affairs), Maulavi Djalalouddin Haqani (minister of foreign affairs), Alhaj M Ibrahim Omari (deputy minister of foreign affairs), Qari Din Mohammed (minister of higher education), Maulavi Hamidullah Nomani (high ranking official in the ministry of higher education), Zabihullah Hamidi (deputy minister of higher education), Maulavi Arsalan Rahmani (deputy minister of higher education), Mullah Abdul Baqi (vice-minister of information and culture), Mullah Abdul Samad Khaksar (deputy (security) minister of interior affairs), Maulavi Rahimullah Zurmati (deputy/publication minister of information and culture), Abdulhai Motmaen (information and culture department, Kandhar), Maulavi Mohammed Yaqoub (head of BIA), Maulavi Noor Jalal (deputy (administrative) minister of interior affairs), Maulavi Saed M Azim Agha (passport and visa department), Maulavi Jalaluddine Shinwari (deputy minister of justice), Mullah Abdul Salam Zaief (deputy minister of mines and industries), Maulavi Mohammed Azam Elmi (deputy minister of mines and industries), Maulavi Ezatullah (deputy minister of planning), Maulavi M. Mussa Hottak (deputy minister of planning), Haji Mullah Atiqullah (deputy minister of public works), Maulavi Najeebullah Haqani (deputy minister of public works), Maulavi Sayyed Ghiassouddine Agha (deputy minister of Haj affairs), Maulavi Qalamudin Moman (deputy minister of Haj affairs), Mohammed Sediq Akhunzada (deputy minister of martyrs and repatriation), Maulavi Mohammed Wali (minister of department of preventing vice and propagating virtue), Maulavi Mohammed Sali Haqqani (deputy minister of preventing vice and propagting virtue), Maulavi Sayed Esmatullah Asem (deputy minister of preventing vice and propagating virtue), Maulavi Abdul Haq Wasseq (deputy minister of security/intelligence), Maulavi Ehsanullah (deputy minister of security/intelligence), Mullah Habibullah Reshad (head of investigation department), Mullah Ahmed Jan Akhund (minister of water and electricity), Eng Mohammed Humayoon (deputy minister of water and electricity), Maulavi Saiduddine Sayyed (vice-minister of work and social affairs), Maulavi Abdul Jabbar (governor of Baghlan province), Mohammed Islam (governor of Bamiyan province), Mullah Janan (governor of Faryab province), Maulavi Abdul Bari (governor of Helmand province), Maulavi Wali Jan (governor of Jawzjan province), Mullah Manan Nyazi (governor of Kabul province), Maulavi A. Wahed Shafiq (deputy governor of Kabul province), Maulavi Nazar Mohammed (governor of Kunduz province), M. Eshaq (governor of Laghman province), Maulavi Zia-ur-Rehman Madani (governor of Logar province), Maulavi Hamsuddin (governor of Wardak/ Maidan province), Mullah M. Rasul (governor of Nimroz province), Maulavi Tawana (governor of Paktia province), Mullah M. Shafiq (governor of Samangan province), Maulavi Aminullah Amin (governor of Saripul province), Maulavi Abdulhai Salek (governor of Urouzgan province), Maulavi Sanani (head of Dar-ul-Eftra), Maulana Samiullah Muazen (deputy of high court), Maulavi Shahabuddin Delawar (deputy of high court), Mullah Mustasaed (head of academy of sciences), Maulavi Esmatullah Asem (SG of Afghan Red Crescent Society), Maulavi Qalamuddin (head of Olympic committee), Maulavi Sayeedur Rehman Haqani (deputy minister of mines and industries), Maulavi Abdul Raqib Takhari (minister of repatriation) and Alhaj Mullah Sadudin Sayed (mayor of Kabul city).

BUSINESS ENTITIES: The business entities acted against include, Ariana Afghan Airlines, Da Afghanistan Bank and Da Afghanistan Momtaz Bank.

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