PESHAWAR - Pakistan has demanded of Afghanistan to hand over 22 wanted Afghan nationals, involved in various terror activities including suicide attacks in Pakistan. According to sources, the Government of Pakistan handed over the list of 22 wanted Afghan nationals to its western neighbour for their extradition. These Afghan nationals are wanted for carrying out several terrorist attacks in Pakistan besides their involvement in kidnapping Pakistani citizens for ransom to generate income for militants. The list was handed over to the Afghan Embassy in Islamabad and Afghan Consulates in Peshawar and Quetta. It also includes details of terror activities of these 22 wanted Afghans. After getting inputs from the intelligence agencies with regard to the involvement of Afghan nationals in terror activities, the law enforcement agencies started hunt for these militants however it was learnt that they had fled to Afghanistan. The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had earlier sent a report to the Interior Ministry about involvement of Afghan nationals in terror attacks in sensitive areas of KP including bazaars of capital city, Peshawar. The FATA Secretariat has sent a list of 5 wanted Afghans to the Interior and Foreign Affairs Ministry whereas Sindh and Punjab governments have sent a list of 3 and 4 wanted Afghans respectively to the federal ministries for further action. The centre had initiated an operation for their arrest in different areas however, despite the fact the names of these wanted militants were on Exit Control List, they managed to flee to Afghanistan.