Banned outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's Mati-ur-Rehman, who carries a bounty of Rs1 crore on his head, and two women members of the Taliban figure in a new list of 109 "most wanted" terrorists issued by Pakistan.
The list, posted on the website of Punjab Police, includes 34 members of various factions of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan and 28 members of the LeJ, which claimed responsibility for two recent attacks on Shias in Quetta city that killed nearly 200 people.
Mati-ur-Rehman alias Ustad Talha was accused of involvement in a 2004 suicide attack on former premier Shaukat Aziz and a 2002 suicide car bomb attack outside the Sheraton Hotel in Karachi that killed 11 French engineers working on a submarine programme of the Pakistan Navy.
Tayyaba and Mariya, both residents of Hassan Town in Lahore, are listed as members of the banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan and al Qaeda. They are both wanted in six cases filed in Gujranwala district of Punjab.
The list of wanted terrorists includes Mansoor alias Chotta Ibrahim, accused of involvement in a suicide attack on former President Pervez Musharraf at Rawalpindi in December 2003.
The government has offered a reward of Rs50 lakhs for Mansoor, who has links with both the LeJ and Pakistani Taliban.
"The list has been circulated in all police stations of Punjab and sent to other provinces," police spokesman Niyab Haider told PTI.
Punjab Police had launched a crackdown on banned groups and arrested a "good number" of activists, he said.
LeJ member Qari Ehsan-ul-Haq, placed at number three on the list, was accused of involvement in the suicide attack on Musharraf in December 2003 and several other terrorist incidents. Haq alias Ustaad Huzaifa carries a bounty of Rs50 lakhs on his head.