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India's Most Wanted Criminals

By SiliconIndia  |   Wednesday, 18 January 2012, 04:23 Hrs   |    22 Comments
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Bangalore: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has released a new list of India’s most wanted criminals. While few of these terrorist have rewards on their heads from Rs 2 lakh to to Rs 10 lakh, other few have Interpol's Red Corner Notices issued against them.



Hafiz Muhammad Saeed:



Hafiz, the founder of proscribed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), clearly would be one among the most wanted criminals. He is wanted in many cases of attacks inside India, including the 2008 Mumbai attack, and the 2006 Mumbai train bombings. As per Indian Intelligence sources, Hafiz also masterminded and headed the Indian Parliament attack in 2001. He has a Red Corner Notice issued against him.



 



Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi:



Zaki-ur-Rehman also has a Red Corner Notice issued against him. He was the man behind many attacks inside India, including the 2008 Mumbai attack, and the 2006 Mumbai train bombings.



 



 



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Reader's comments(22)
1: black money is the main criminal of the world
Posted by:svramana - 26 Jan, 2013
2: WHERE ARE DAWOOD IBRAHIM KASKAR AND TIGER MEMON.THE MASTERMINDS OF 1993 BOMBAY BLASTS. ITNA DUM HI NAHI KI DAWOOD KO PAKAD SAKE.
Posted by:utkarsh nagrare - 09 Oct, 2012
3: bhikaariyo!!!! USA gives a reward of atleast 50 thousand dollars and indians will give 2 lakh rs then who will help
Posted by:chandan - 10 Aug, 2012
4: not a good list, not a rating list, not a complite list.
( Vinay Srivastav,Varanasi )
Posted by:vinay srivastav - 20 Jul, 2012
5: Rather than publishing this list, they should form a hit squad consisting of snipers and eliminate those whose whereabouts are known...Similar to what Mossad did after Black Sept attacks..they know where the top two are located.....NIA is nothing but another govt dept....it sucks
Posted by:IndianSoul - 23 Jan, 2012
6: Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Kapil Sibbal, P.Chidambaram, Manmohan Singh are missing from this list. Add them too.
Posted by:Deshpremi - 19 Jan, 2012
7:
nice comment........
irfan Replied to: Deshpremi - 02 Jan, 2013
8:
yes THESE FOLLOWS PERSONS ARE KILLING OUR PEOPLE FOR THEIR COUNTRY. BUT SONIA FAMILY AND THE BASTARD ARE KILLING OUR FOR THEIR FAMILY PURPOSE IN THE NAME OF POLITICS
UDHAYAKUMAR Replied to: Deshpremi - 15 Feb, 2012
9:
Absolutely right.
MADHANAN NATARAJAN Replied to: Deshpremi - 22 Jan, 2012
10: If we cant catch them,arrest their kiths and kins,kick on their buttuk,punish them cruelly.Then these killers of innocent will understand the pain of losing nears and dears.
If we put fire inthe whole,rat will come-out.
Posted by:dg bhat - 19 Jan, 2012
11: Most of them belong to same community ! why is this happening?
Posted by:Subhash Chandra Bhose - 18 Jan, 2012
12:
Yes Mr Subas
Watch the Fake currency Child sexual abuse narcotic cases etc 99% if not all are from this community
not only terrorism
Pappukuttan Replied to: Subhash Chandra Bhose - 19 Jan, 2012
13: even if you can catch them , Govt of India cant touch their balls . See Kasab he is enjoying his life at our tax .
He is allowed to change his verson every time he appears
in the court and we are busy proving his country of origin.
Posted by:manabuddin dagar - 18 Jan, 2012
14:
Most of them belong to same community ! why is this happening?
Subhash Chandra Bhose Replied to: manabuddin dagar - 18 Jan, 2012
15:
1 person missing George Bush the biggest Criminals
rajesh Replied to: manabuddin dagar - 18 Jan, 2012
16:
So Dawood Ibrahim is on safe side......neither most wanted or labelled as terrorist, I appreciate it. Also, Chota Rajan......the list doesnot includes Gujrat Chief minister Narendra Modi......., Karunadhi Family......many more missing Mr. NIA.
Imt Replied to: rajesh - 19 Jan, 2012
17: The list is incomplete with the most dreaded terrorist and smugglers names not being mentioned
Posted by:tochi - 18 Jan, 2012
18: What about corporate executives like those of Satyam Computers? What about the wireless band scandals, etc?
Posted by:Mitesh Damania - 18 Jan, 2012
19:
The list is for wanted criminals. Those are already caught.They haven't killed people using weapons.
annaiannan Replied to: Mitesh Damania - 18 Jan, 2012
20:
So far what we are seeing the list is going to be ever lasting
Pappukuttan Replied to: annaiannan - 19 Jan, 2012
21: I think Its very difficult to catch them
Posted by:prabhu - 18 Jan, 2012
22: interesting list.. hopefully they are found and taken into custody soon
Posted by:siri - 18 Jan, 2012
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