Pakistan offers reward for capture of militants

June 9th, 2009 - 2:20 am ICT by IANS  

Lahore, June 9 (IANS) The government in Pakistan’s Punjab Province has announced cash rewards worth millions of rupees for information leading to the capture of 10 most wanted militants in the country, a media report said Monday.
The cash rewards, worth Rs.7 million (about $86,000), would be paid for information leading to the capture of the 10 militants - dead or alive, Geo TV said citing officials.

The list of the militants has been handed over to the law enforcing agencies, it said.

The government said these militants have helped the suicide bombers to carry out attacks.

Some of the militants include Akram Ullah, Abdul Rehman, Muhammad Tayyab and Nafees Ur Rehman, among others.

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