Maulana Masood Azhar: Leader of Jaish-e-Mohammed, he was released in the hostages-for-prisoners swap when the IC-814 was hijacked to Kandahar
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The 20 Most Wanted Men India Needs From Pakistan
The Lashkar chief is not the only one. In 2002, there were 42. No official list has been released ever.
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Special Issue: Horror & After  Horror & After
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American strategists think 26/11 could lead to greater Indo-US counter-terrorism cooperation
Ashish Kumar Sen
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Rather than shoot itself in the foot with war, India must marshal world opinion decisively
Pranay Sharma


Hafiz Mohammed Saeed: Heads the Jamaat-ud-Dawa and is the patron of Lashkar-e-Toiba



Dawood Ibrahim: The underworld don every Indian knows. Implicated in the '93 Bombay serial blasts.

Chhota Shakeel: Dawood's right-hand man and an accused in the '93 explosions



Ibrahim Mushtaq 'Tiger' Memon & Ayub Memon: D-Company members, the brothers organised the blasts



Abdul Razza: Accused in the Mumbai blasts



Syed Salahuddin: Hizbul Mujahideen's chief, accused in several terror attacks in Kashmir



Ibrahim Athar, Mistri Zahoor Ibrahim, Shahid Akhtar Sayed (L-R), Azhar Yusuf: Accused of hijacking the IC-814 plane to Kandahar in 1999



Abdul Karim 'Tunda': Accused of several blasts in north India

Ishaq Atta Hussain and Sagir Sabir Ali Sheikh: Members of the D-gang, accused in a conspiracy to kill former deputy PM L.K. Advani



Ranjit Singh Neeta, Paramjit Singh Panjwar, Lakhbir Singh Rode (L-R), Wadhawa Singh Babbar, Gajinder Singh: Belong to different Khalistani outfits, accused in terror cases.

 


No official list has been released ever. But these are supposed to constitute India's 20 most wanted. One hijacker's name is missing; some could be dead.

Also See: Back in 2002, there were 42

COMMENTS PRINT
cover story
American strategists think 26/11 could lead to greater Indo-US counter-terrorism cooperation
Ashish Kumar Sen
cover story
Rather than shoot itself in the foot with war, India must marshal world opinion decisively
Pranay Sharma

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