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Mumbai Police yet to seek Interpol help for 26/11 terrorists

January 30, 2009 20:19 IST

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The Mumbai [Images] police has reportedly not furnished to Interpol any details yet about the nine terrorists killed during the 26/11 attack for issuance of a "Black Notice", which can help get more information about the dead.

Mumbai Police's Joint Commissioner Rakesh Maria [Images] and Commissioner Hasan Gafoor have been claiming that papers related to getting an Interpol Black notice issued had been sent to the Central Bureau of Investigation but the agency said they had received none so far.

Sources in the CBI, which represents Interpol in India, said no paper relating to the death of nine terrorists killed in encounter with security peersonnel between November 26 and 29 had been received.

A Black Notice is issued generally to get information about the dead. The slain terrorists included two at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus [Images] and Cama Hospital [Images] -- Ismail Khan alias Abu Ismail from Dera Ismail Khan and Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman alias Abu Mujahid from Ukara.

The attackers of Taj Hotel [Images] were identified as Hafeez Arshad alias Bada Abdul Rehman from Multan, Javed alias Abu Ali from Ukara, Shoaib alias Soheb from Sialkot and Nazeer alias Abu Umer from Faisalabad.

Nasir alias Abu Umar from Faisalabad and Babar Imran alias Abu Akasha from Multan attacked the Jewish community centre in Nariman House in Colaba area.

Abdul Rehman alias Abdul Rehman Chhota from Multan and Fahadullah alias Abu Fahad from Okara were the duo who attacked the Trident Oberoi hotel.

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