ISLAMABAD (Online) - The Interpol on the request of Pakistani government has issued arrest warrant of 25 Pakistanis involved in smuggling, terrorism, murder and other heinous crimes. Pakistan had asked Interpol to issue a global alert for arrest of 25 accused wanted by Police authorities in Pakistan. 25 Pakistani whose arrest warrant has been issued by Interpol are living in different countries of world and involved in different heinous crimes. According to information gathered by Online from Interpol global alert contains the names of the fugitives and their other data has been sent to 186 member countries. Interpol also known as international law enforcement agency has issued arrest warrant of total 416 people out of which 25 are Pakistani and mostly belong to Gujrat and Faisalabad. The arrest warrants of 25 Pakistani has also been issued by anti-terrorism court of their respective districts. They include Muhammad Amjad, Ijaz Ahmed, Mazhar Iqbal, Mohammad Asjad, Mohammad Akram Mehmood, Nasir Iqbal and Nusrat, Khurram Shahzad Bajwa, Sanaullah Bajwa, Atta Ullah Bajwa, Mohammad Ashraf Bajwa and Zaka Ullah Bajwa. The accused were involved in making explosive material, abduction, drug smuggling and other crimes, Mohammad Qayyum of Khushab, Bilal Waqas-ul-Hassan of Harronabad, Nisar Javed Bhatti of Multan, Mudassar Ahmed Butt and Bashir Ahmed Butt of Narowal, Mohammad Shiraz and Hanif of Lahore, Mohammad Imran and Syed Ibrar-u-Din of Mardan, Mohammad Irshad Mehmood and Riaz Mohammad Imran of Sargodha, Mukhtar Ahmed and Rana Ashfaq of Faisalabad. The arrest warrant of Tasleem Gull, a resident of Lahore, has also been issued by California. The woman who is also wanted by California Police was involved in kidnapping for ransom. Also the arrest warrant of Muzamil of Bahawalnagar has also been issued.