INDIAS 26/11 special court on Tuesday issued non-bailable arrest warrants (NBWs) for 22 suspected Pakistanis, including Jamaat-ud-Daawa chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, allegedly wanted in connection with the 26/11 attacks, reports Zee News. The NBWs were issued by Special Judge ML Tahilyani on a plea by Special Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam for the arrest of all the alleged accused in the case. The wanted include Jamaat-ud-Daawa (JD) chief Hafiz Saeed, Lashkar-e-Taiba activist Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Zarar Shah, Abu al Hamza and Abu Al-Qama. Presently, the police have only Muhammad Ajmal Amir alias Kasab in custody and undergoing trial for his alleged role in the 26/11 attacks. His nine accomplices were gunned down during the 60-hour operations by the combined security forces during Nov 26-28 last year. The 11,500-plus-page chargesheet filed by Mumbai Police in the 26/11 case had named 35 as wanted accused. None of the accused is of Indian origin nor do they live in India. However, Nikam has on Monday urged that the court to issue NBWs against 27 of the accused as the Indian government does not have the addresses of the remaining eight. But, the court issued NBWs against 22 and let off five accused due to lack of evidence. Mumbai police is now planning to issue Red Corner Notices against all these accused through Interpol. The Lahore High Court had released Hafiz Saeed on June 2 after he was kept under the house arrest since December 11 last year following the attack on Mumbai in November. A red corner notice would make it tough for the accused to move out of Pakistan. Meanwhile, the cases against Kasab and two other LT operatives Faheem and Sabauddin would continue to be tried in the courts. On November 26, 2008, Mumbai was attacked by gunmen who came from the sea route. The attackers had targeted Mumbais Leopald Cafe, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Hotel Taj, Hotel Trident-Oberoi and Nariman House killing 180 people and injuring hundreds others.