ISLAMABAD: A total of 113 most-wanted terrorists hail from various districts of Punjab, revealed a Ministry of Interior and Narcotics Control report. According to the document, 19 most-wanted terrorists hail from Lahore. Eight most-wanted militants belong each to Sargodha and Faisalabad districts. Rawalpindi, a city located next to the federal capital, is also the residential address of six-most wanted terrorists in the list. Likewise, five militants each hail from districts of Rahimyar Khan, Sheikhupura, Bhakkar, Multan and Attock districts. The document revealed that no wanted terrorist belonged to Sialkot, Jhelum, Hafizabad, Vehari, Narowal, Okara, Chiniot, Rajanpur. However, some suspected militants from these districts have been added to the schedule four of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997. The document has divided wanted-terrorists into three categories. In the first category, there are about 22 terrorists involved in suicide attacks. Punjab Home Department has also notified head money of Rs 50.33 million for 73 wanted militants out of a total 113, according to the report. Matiur Rehman from Bahawalpur continues to lead the list with a head money of Rs 10 million. His childhood friend Qari Ehsan (head money Rs 5 million) is the second most wanted militant. They have been wanted since December 2013, when they orchestrated suicide attacks against the then president General (r) Pervez Musharraf. The first category also included the profiles of Zubair alias Mughaira from Bahawalpur district and Ziaur Rehman from Khanewal district. Both the militants are wanted for attacking the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) office in Qasim Bela, district Multan, on December 8, 2009. Hafiz M Sohail, M Niaz and Zaheer Ahmed from Attock have also been added to the list for their alleged role in masterminding the suicide attack against late Punjab home minister Shuja Khanzada. A terrorist Saad Munir from Rawalpindi is also wanted in connection with his alleged role in the murder of an American citizen. The second category contains the profiles of 62 alleged Sunni militants and the third the profiles of 29 alleged Shia militants. Out of total 62 Sunni militants, nine are from Lahore and eight from Faisalabad. Rahimyar Khan district is home to five wanted militants, while three each are from Multan, Mianwali, Rawalpindi and Sargodha.