The lists are made, the FIA ​​is looking for 1,210 big suspects

  •  The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has released the list of most wanted accused in the country.
  • It has been reported that the accused in the suicide attack on former president Pervez Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz  and MQM founder Altaf Hussain and Mohammad Anwar have also been included in the list.
  • operation was carried out by the FIA’s anti-terrorism wing in  ​​Karachi, which resulted in the arrest of an alleged operative working for the RAW network.

The lists are made, the FIA ​​is looking for 1,210 big suspects

list of most wanted accused in the country by FIA

The lists are made, the FIA ​​is looking for 1,210 big suspects

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has released the list of most wanted accused in the country. According to details, MQM founder Altaf Hussain and Mohammad Anwar are among the most wanted accused in the list, while former prime minister Shaukat Aziz, PML-N leader Nasir Mahmood Butt and Shuja Khanzada are also part of the list.

It has been reported that the accused in the suicide attack on former president Pervez Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz have also been included in the list. The accused involved in the kidnapping of Ali Haider Gilani, son of PPP leader Yousuf Raza Gilani, are also part of the list. The named accused in the case are also included in the list.

On the other hand, in an operation carried out by the Federal Investigation Agency in Karachi, an alleged spy of RAW was caught.

According to details, the operation was carried out by the FIA’s anti-terrorism wing in the Gulistan-e-Jauhar area of ​​Karachi, which resulted in the arrest of an alleged operative working for the RAW network. The name of the arrested accused has been identified as Abdul Jabbar, who was revealed to be from MQM London, who was working in Karachi for the sleeper cell of the notorious Indian intelligence agency RAW.

According to the FIA, the arrested suspect specializes in making bombs and wielding sophisticated weapons, while he also went to India four times to receive training for terrorist operations, from where he was given all the instructions in Karachi by Indian citizen Mahmood Siddiqui. While the accused Abdul Jabbar used to receive the money of the reference hindi sent by his Indian handler Mahmood Siddiqui, which would later be used for other incidents including terrorism and targeted killings in Shar-e-Quaid.

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