Pics: Who are India's most wanted terrorists?
New Delhi, Aug 20: When leaders of India and Pakistan meet more customary than a handshake has been the handing over of dossiers. This time too both India and Pakistan will hand over dossiers to each other.
India too has a dossier prepared which will focus on a range of issues which would also have the names to the fugitives hiding in Paksitan. India would once again seek from Pakistan the handing over of these persons.
Read below to find out who the top ten persons are on India's list. These are the names which figure in the dossier India would hand over to Pakistan.
Hafiz Mohammed Saeed: The Lashkar-e-Tayiba boss is the mastermind of the 26/11 attack. India has been seeking him out ever since the attacks of 26/11 took place.
Zaki-ur-Rehman-Lakhvi: The number two man in the Lashkar hierarchy, he was recently released by a Paksitan court to which India objected. He is one of the most wanted persons on India's list after his role in the 26/11 attack was ascertained beyond doubt.
Sajid Majid: Named by David Headley during his questioning in connection with the 26/11 attack. He is said to be the handler and a red corner alert has been sounded against him.
Syed Hashim Abdur Rehman Pasha: A former army man from Pakistan he was the coordinator during the 26/11 attack. Pakistan has however denied the existence of any such man.
Major Iqbal: Another former army official who handled David Headley during the 26/11 attack. He has also been charged by the FBI and is currently on the wanted list prepared by the National Investigating Agency.
Major Sameer Ali: An officer in the Pakistan army, his name cropped up during the Headley case. He worked closely with Major Iqbal during the 26/11 operation.
Dawood Ibrahim: The don from Mumbai who is also an accused in the 1993 serial bombings, Dawood Ibrahim has been on the wanted list for almost ever. India will once again ask Pakistan to hand over this man.
Tiger Memon: The main accused in the 1993 serial blasts. He was the one who hatched the conspiracy to undertake the deadly blasts. Intially he settled in Dubai, but currently is in Pakistan. His brother Yakub was recently hanged after being convicted in the 1993 blasts case.
Riyaz Bhatkal: The founder of the Indian Mujahideen, he is currently in Karachi. He is one of the founders of the deadly IM and has been instrumental in undertaking a series of blasts in India.
Iqbal Bhatkal: He is the brother of Riyaz Bhatkal and played an active role in setting up the Indian Mujahideen. He fled India along with his brother in 2008 and has been living in Karachi since then.