MUMBAI, India – India has demanded that Islamabad hand over dozens of suspected terrorists believed to be living in Pakistan, including India's most-wanted man.
Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee says the names of about 50 people were given to Pakistan's high commissioner to India during a meeting Monday night.
The list includes Dawood Ibrahim, the alleged mastermind of 1993 Mumbai bombings and India's most-wanted man. He is thought to be living in Pakistan, though Islamabad denies that.
The demand comes in the wake of the deadly Mumbai attacks.