Lahore, Aug.29 (ANI): Pakistan Punjab province's Crime Investigation Department (CID) has released its 12th 'Red Book' containing names of most wanted high profile terrorists.
The book, which also includes the names of those involved in sectarian violence, mentions a combined head money of 54 million rupees announced by the Punjab government for the militants.
Incredibly, the book which contains the names of 91 most dreaded terrorists does not have names of any of the Laskar-e-Taiba (LeT) operatives or Jaish-e-Mohammad militants.
The Red Book is divided into three categories. The first category names 20 individuals involved in suicide attacks. Out of these, 12 carry head money, while the CID is still collecting the information on the remaining eight, The Daily Times reports.
The terrorists named in the book are also accused of planning suicide attacks in Bahawalpur and Mailsi, training recruits, operating terrorist training camps and links with the Taliban and Al Qaeda.
Outlawed terrorist outfits such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) may be on the US's list of most dreaded terror groups, but it seems Pakistan does not consider them dangerous as far as the Criminal Investigation Department's (CID) recently released 'Red Book' of terrorists is concerned. (ANI)