KARACHI - The new version of Redbook, seeking information about some 87 most wanted terrorists belonging to various outlawed organisations, has been released. The fourth edition of Redbook is compiled by the Crime Investigation Department (CID) mentioning all of the identical information about the most wanted terrorists of various defunct organisations and terrorists groups likewise Lyari gangsters. The new version of Redbook is consisting of three categories of terrorists with complete biography in which some 54 terrorists have recently been added including the close ally of Baitullah Mehsud and the Lyari's gangsters including Rehman Dakait, Baba Ladla and Ghaffar Zikri. It is pertinent to mention here that the previous title of the Redbook was "Religious Terrorists" that has changed into the "Most Wanted Terrorists". The first section having details about 32 alleged terrorists of Sunni sect mostly belong to the defunct Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan and Lashker-e-Jhangvi, 12 of them have head money. However, 16 most wanted belonging to Shia sectarian organisation Sipah-e-Muhammad in which seven carries head money. The last category mentioned the detail of about six other wanted including five among those upon which the government fix the reward money. These terrorists are involved and wanted to CID in various high profile cases including murder attack on former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf, former Prime Minster Shaukat Aziz, Core Commander Karachi, Sheraton blast, foreign embassies, arms smuggling, target killings of the rival groups leaders and activists, doctors, police and intelligence officials and personnel, kidnapping for ransom, bank robberies, attacks on Imambargahs and Masajids and others. SSP CID Fayyaz Khan while talking to The Nation told that copies of Redbook has been sent to all the departments concerned including Motorway Police, Railway Police, Airport Security Force and other concerned agencies. Khan explained that the Redbook comprised on most wanted terrorists involved in terrorism, kidnapping for ransom, bank robberies, target killing and those having relationship with the Tehreek-e-Taliban. He said that CID officer gathered the identical information which could help the agencies for tracking down the terrorists' networks. He pointed out that police gathered the possible information about the wanted terrorists such as their pictures, age, type of body, language, height, weight and other compulsory information for the identification of the most wanted terrorists.