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Pak names dominate 26/11 chargesheet

The two suspected armymen, who figured in the list of the 35 wanted accused from Pakistan in the 26/11 chargesheet, were named as Major General Saab and Colonel R Saadat Ullah.

india Updated: Feb 25, 2009 22:46 IST

The two suspected armymen, who figured in the list of the 35 wanted accused from Pakistan in the 26/11 chargesheet, were named as Major General Saab and Colonel R Saadat Ullah.

The other 33 wanted Pakistanis mentioned in the November 26 Mumbai terror attack case chargesheet, included Zaki-ur-Rehman Laqvi, Yousif Muzammil, Abu Kafa, Abu Ramza and Zarar Shah, all commanders of the banned terror outfit Laskhkar-e-Taiba (LeT)

The other names are Mohammad Sayed, Abu Al Kama, Abu Fahad, Abu Abdul Rehman, Abu Anas, Abu Imran, Abu Mufti Sayed, Hakim Saab, Yousif, Murshid, Atib, Abu Umar Sayed, Usman, Karak Singh, Mohammad Ishfaq, Javid Iqbal, Sajid Iftekar, Kuram Shahbad, Abu Abdur Rehman, Abu Mavia, Abu Anees, Abu Bashir, Abu Khan, Abu Sariya, Abu-ur-Rehman, Abu Imran and Hakim Saheb, all LeT operatives.

The three arrested accused named in the 11,280- chargesheet are - Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving terrorist, Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin.

The bulky document has also named the nine terrorists who were killed in the standoff with security forces during the nearly three-day siege in November 2008.