MUMBAI (Agencies) - One name in the high-profile '50 most wanted list of fugitives submitted to Pakistan, Wazhul Kamar Khan, is actually living in Wagle Estate in Thane with his ailing mother, a wife and five children. Khan, whose name appears on the list as Khan Wazhul Kamar, is currently out on bail and claims to be regularly presenting himself in court as per his bail conditions. He is an accused in the 2003 Mulund train blast case. The blast had killed 11 people, including four women and two police constables, and injured 82 people. Times of India caught up with Khan at his residence in Thane on Sunday, May 15. Last year, Khan was arrested and booked in five cases. He was granted bail in three months in all the cases. When asked about Khan and his name ending up on the list of fugitives, a senior police officer said, He was arrested in the blast cases last year and is currently out on bail. Khan claimed he has never gone to Pakistan. He hid in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh for about a year from 2003 to 2004, he said. He later started a zari business in Dharavi, the countrys biggest slum in Mumbai. An Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) team finally arrested him on May 10, 2010 in Kurla and booked him under the Arms Act for carrying a firearm. The most-wanted list was originally shared with Pakistan during the home secretary-level talks between the two countries on March 28 and 29, 2011. Nineteen names on the list are reportedly members of the Dawood Ibrahim gang. Khan told TOI that he had once visited Padga, Maharashtra, where people were being trained in operating firearms. I had visited that place near Bhiwandi. Because of that the police booked me under the Prevention of Terrorism Act and I had to live a fugitives life for almost seven years, said Khan. Meanwhile, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Arun Jaitley Tuesday slammed the Indian home ministry for the goof-up in the list of most-wanted fugitives given to Pakistan, calling it the 'maximum level of incompetency. 'Home ministry has risen to the maximum level of incompetence, Jaitley told reporters. 'It is a monumental lapse, which has caused an embarrassment for the whole country. he added. Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday took stock of countrys nuclear arsenal and delivery systems like long-range ballistic missiles, fighter-bombers and warships to have an operational nuclear triad the capability to fire nukes from land, sea and air in the near future, according to a report. Sources said the top-level meet held by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was not just a general security review but in fact a full-fledged Nuclear Command Authority (NCA) conference to assess the steps being taken to consolidate and strengthen Indias minimum but credible nuclear deterrence. It comes close after ISI chief Lt-General Shuja Pashas threat that Pakistan would give a befitting response to any Indian attempt to launch any Abbottabad-like operation since targets inside India had already been identified and rehearsals carried out, an Indian newspaper said on Tuesday.