Dawood Ibrahim (born Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar 27 December 1955) is a criminal and a designated terrorist originally from Dongri in Mumbai, India. He currently resides in Karachi and heads the Indian organised crime syndicate D-Company which he founded in Mumbai in the 1970s.
Syed Mohammed Yusuf Shah, popularly known as Syed Salahudeen, is the head of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, [better source needed] group operating in Kashmir, and head of an alliance of anti-India militant groups, the United Jihad Council, that works to annex the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan.
Masood Azhar (Urdu: محمد مسعود اظہر) is the founder and leader of the UN-designated terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed, active mainly in the Pakistani administered Azad Kashmir. Pakistani authorities took him into 'protective custody' after the Pathankot attack in India, which was widely reported as an "arrest".
Pictures of Kashmiri with the head of the soldier in his hands were published in some Pakistani newspapers. Post-Kashmir activities. Kashmiri rejected orders to serve under Maulana Masood Azhar in the newly founded jihadist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed and was once even targeted by the group.
Mir's story helps understand why. Sajid Mir's war. Little is known about Mir — and much of what is available comes from Headley's custodial testimony to India's National Investigations Agency. Born in 1976, according to documents filed to obtain his Indian visa, Mir grew up in a middle-class ethnic Punjabi home.
After the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, India submitted a formal request to the U.N. Security Council to put the group Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Hafiz Muhammad Saeed on the list of individuals and organisations sanctioned by the United Nations for association with terrorism.
Lakhvi, like his contemporary Hafiz Saeed, is the object of much debate between Pakistan and India, with little of this being based upon known facts . In the publicly available confession of Ajmal Kasab, Lakhvi's name is mentioned as 'Chacha Zaki' (Uncle Zaki).