Another 'most wanted' blooper: Dead HuJI leader on CBI's list

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    Another 'most wanted' blooper: Dead HuJI leader on CBI's list

    New Delhi: It almost seems like bloopers tumbling out of India's 'most wanted ' closet. Mohammed Abdul Shahed, aka Shahed Bilal, a HuJI (Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami) leader, has been found on the 'wanted' list of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), despite being dead.

    Bilal, alleged to be a former commander of the banned Bangladesh-based terror outfit was killed in Pakistan.

    His pictures were also flashed on the internet.

    Bilal also has an Interpol notice issued against him.

    That's not all. Another HuJI leader, Shaikh Abdul Khaja alias Mohammed Amjad, also appears in the CBI's wanted list of fugitives despite being lodged in a jail in Hyderabad.

    Amjad is believed to be Bilal's second-in-command.

    The revelation closely follows the discovery of Manipuri militant leader Rajkumar Meghen's name on the CBI's wanted list despite being in the custody of the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

    Meghen, the chairman of the United National Liberation Front (UNLF), was arrested in Bangladesh and brought to India in October, 2010. He has been in the NIA's custody ever since.

    But the CBI still has Meghen listed as one of the most wanted on its website and the Interpol has a Red Corner Notice out on the behest of the premier investigating agency.

    The latest goof-ups by the CBI come after after two individuals, who figured on India's recent list of 50 most-wanted fugitives in Pakistan, were found residing in Mumbai.

    On Monday, Wazhul Khan, was found living in Thane, a suburb in Mumbai. It took not more than three days for another, Feroze Ahmad Rashid Khan, to be discovered in a Mumbai jail.

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    After 26/11 and major intelligence agencies overhaul, the GoI still can't even manage clerical stuff of getting the right list out. The BJP should be going to town with this failure and demand some heads. Already four names out of 50 are bogus, who knows how many more. And of course zero credibility of the list vis a vis Pakistan or the International community now and the next "list" we send. Well done!...not.
     
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    This is the second one in a week , really ashamed at the way the list was made.

    I demand the people responsible for this should be brought to task immediately. Come on guys how do you expect to fight terror when you cant even make a simple list.
     
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    This is the second one in a week , really ashamed at the way the list was made.

    I demand the people responsible for this should be brought to task immediately. Come on guys how do you expect to fight terror when you cant even make a simple list.
     
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    There will bloopers and blunders galore when the highest executive of the land is asleep at the wheels.Seems the queens loyal page men have reserved all their tact and alert resourcefulness only for truant Hindu Swami,otherwise its difficult to explain why a premier crime busting agency CBI would go all the way to a European court, seeking custody of an alleged fugitive, with an expired warrant.........
     

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