The Taleban refused to extradite to Islamabad the terrorists who went into hiding in Afghanistan from Pakistan's justice. Pakistan have handed over a list to the Taleban leaders. The list contains 21 most dangerous criminals wanted for religion-related murders. The Taleban maintain that such persons are allegedly not present in the territory under their control. In March, foreign minister Moinuddin Haider had a special meeting with the head of the Taleban regime in Kabul and Kandahar, and sought to strike an agreement with them on mutual extradition of criminals, however, they refused to take such a step, but pledged all-out support in searching the criminals. On its part, Islamabad has irrefutable evidence that the terrorists, included in the list, feel at home in the capital of Afghanistan, while some of them secretly visited Pakistan and committed new crimes there, including killings and bank robberies, and subsequently returned to the Taleban. According to The Dawn newspaper, at the top of the wanted list is the leader of the extremist organization Lashkar-e jangwi Riaz Basra, for whose arrest a great award was announced. Another well-known terrorist organization Harakat-e jihad-e Islami Kari Saifulla Akhtar even has its own base in Afghanistan to train his bandits.
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