most wanted in india

People of India have witnessed several terrorist attacks over the year and will keep doing so until the most wanted in India are caught and given the treatment they deserve for their inhuman crimes.  The people involved in these terrorist attacks keep on changing however their leader is one of the most wanted criminals in India.

Indian government keeps on handing the list of most wanted criminals to Pakistan, however, the result of that has been zero. We as Ideal citizens need to be aware of the most wanted criminals and what they are responsible for. So let’s have a look at the 10 most wanted criminals of India.

Dawood Ibrahim

The 65-year-old criminal is one of the most wanted criminals all over the world. He is on number 3 in  “The World’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives”  by the FBI. He is wanted around the world for crimes like robbery, murder, theft, extortion, drug trafficking, and terrorism. He is also known to be linked with the 1993 Bombay Bomb Blast and is wanted since then.

He is known to be living in Karachi, Pakistan however the government of Pakistan has been denying the fact ever since.

Dawood Ibrahim is not only most wanted in India however is wanted by American agencies as well.  At the late end of the century, several of the Bollywood studios and films were financed by D-company. The D-company is also known for extortion from Bollywood and was responsible for the death of famous producer Gulshan Kumar.

Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi

Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi is the founder member of the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba and he holds command for major terrorist activities in Kashmir. He is on the list of NIA’s most wanted terrorists in India and is the mastermind of the Mumbai 2008 terrorist attack.

Recently he was arrested in Pakistan. However, he has been arrested several times and released on bail by courts in Pakistan.

Also in the jail in Pakistan, he is being provided with special privileges including cell phones and meetings with close aides. What’s more astonishing is the fact that he managed to father a child even after being in jail.

Anees Ibrahim

Aneesh Ibrahim is the brother of Dawood Ibrahim another person who is most wanted in India. He and Dawood are sons to- CID’s havaldar Ibrahim Kaskar. He is most wanted in many cases like extortion, money laundering, murder, and kidnapping.

Anees is one of the most active drug dealers and is known to strike a drug deal in India from Dubai in April ’21. He is also wanted in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blast.

Syed Salahuddin

Syed is the head of the terrorist group  Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and also heads a militant group operating in Kashmir. He has been any peace talks with India and vowed to train suicide bombers to stop any peace talks with India in regards to Kashmir.

He is most wanted in India for the 2011 Delhi High Court Blast and several terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

He also contested elections in Jammu and Kashmir from Amira Kadal, Srinagar, however, lost the election and was put in jail for his violent agitations.

He has been designated as a Global Terrorist by the United States.

Masood Azhar

The leader and founder of Pakistan-based terrorist organization Jash-e-Mohamed is most wanted in India and is a listed international terrorist by United Nations Security Council.

He is one of the main culprits behind the 2001 Parliament attack. In 1994 Massod was arrested from Srinagar. In 1995 6 foreign tourists were kidnapped and the kidnappers demanded the release of Massod. Later they were found in the depreciated form. In 1999 Indian Airlines Flight 814 was highjacked and routed to Afghanistan and demanded the release of Masood and they succeded in their attempt.

Masood is also wanted for the 2016 Pathankot attack and the 2019 Pulwama attack.

So these are the top 5 most wanted in India. The people listed above have been very inhuman and have cost peace and several deaths all over the world. Some of them have been spreading terrorism in the name of faith and God. So if you like our lost of most wanted in India do read some of our stuff.