The most wanted terrorist of Southeast Asia was arrested in Abbottabad Pakistan. Pakistan is preparing to fly to Indonesia the Islamic terrorist mastermind of the 2002 Bali bombings months after his arrest, officials said on Wednesday. “We have to eventually hand over (Umar) Patek to the Indonesian authorities and practically speaking, it can happen any time. But it is up to the Indonesians to intimate to us when they will take him back,” a security official told .
Pakistan had confirmed in March 2011 the arrest of this most-wanted suspected criminal in Southeast Asia. “The Indonesian govt sought time to repatriate Patek as they were occupied in other domestic problems to be dealt immediately ,” the Pakistani security official told to the press.