Karachi, Mar 18: Outlawed terrorist outfits such as the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) may be on the US's list of most dreaded terror groups, but Pakistan does not consider them dangerous as far as the Criminal Investigation Department's (CID) recently released 'Red Book' of terrorists is concerned.
According to a list of wanted terrorists released by the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of CID Sindh, Syed Jawed Ali Shah Bukhari, no LeT or JeM operatives are wanted by Pakistan's authorities.
The latest list contains names of 54 terrorists belonging to banned organisations including al Qaeda and the Baitullah Mehsud group.
It also contains the names of terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda, Lashker-e-Jhangvi, Hibul Mujahideen, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, and lesser known groups such as Sipah Mohammed and Sipah-e-Sahaba.
Besides that, monetary awards have also been announced on a number of terrorists, whose names are:
Mati-ur-Rehman (Rs.1 million), Qari Jamil Burmi alias Qari Sahab (Rs0.5 million), Ehsanullah alias Ehsan Bahi (Rs0.5 million), Mohammed Yasin alias Ustaad Usama (Rs0.5 million), Habibullah Khattak alias Saadullah (Rs0.5 million), Riaz alias Afghani (Rs0.5 million), Mohammed Ali alias Akhtar (Rs0.5 million), Syed Kashif Ali (Rs0.5 million), Raza Imam alias Manzer (Rs1 million), Maulana Zulqarnain Hyder Naqvi (Rs1 million), Mohammed Arshad alias Hassan Mota alias Ali Asad (Rs1 million), Syed Mohaib Ali (Rs1 million), Syed Mohsin Mehdi (Rs1 million), Rehman Dakait (Rs5 million), Ghaffar Zikri (Rs0.3 million) and Noor Mohammed alias Baba Ladla (Rs0.3 million).