‘Red Book’ of most wanted terrorists issued


Law enforcement agencies on Sunday have issued a “Red Book” containing profiles of most dangerous terrorists including two Al-Qaeda women, local media quoting officials reported.

As per Red Book, the militants belong to Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Al-Qaeda and Lashkar-e-Harassa have been listed as the most dangerous terrorists.

The agencies have also clearly informed the administration regarding these most wanted terrorists having0. 5 million to 10 million head money.

miscreants belonged to a banned separatist outfit, he added.

This incident occurred a day after security forces killed four suspected militants in Mangochar area of Kalat on Saturday evening.

Security forces had launched a search operation in the area in the aftermath of attacks on oil tankers carrying fuel for a Chinese company working on the Saindak Project in Balochistan’s Chaghi district.

Mastung is considered to be a sensitive district in Balochistan. Security forces have been targets of militants in the district for over a decade, with occasional attacks on railway tracks to disrupt services and cause unrest. Members of the Hazara Shia community in Mastung have also been targeted in the past.


Meanwhile, police in Kandhkot foiled an attempt to blow up main gas pipeline and arrested two miscreants in injured situation after shootout on Sunday.

According to details, the miscreants were planting explosives in Gablo village when police reached the scene and attacked them.

The suspects Karam Golu and Arz Muhammad Golu were arrested in wounded condition after half hour police encounter. Police also confiscated explosives material from the possession of the miscreants whereas further investigation of the incident is underway.