Jeddah: Saudi Arabia on Thursday released a fresh list of the Kingdom’s designated terrorists. The list includes 25 names including two Indian nationals among others.

The two Indians on the list have been identified as Chiranjeev Kumar Singh and Manoj Sabharwal.

“Saudi Arabia designates (25) names including entities involved in facilitating financial activities for the sake of the terrorist "Houthi" Group with support of IRGC-QF.” An official statement from The Presidency of State Security in Saudi Arabia stated.

According to the reports, the designated terrorists are involved in supporting and funding the terror group Houthi in Yemen with the support of IRGC-QF (Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps–Quds Force).

Manoj Sabharwal, according to a file report of Al Jazeera, was a manager in a company named Maritime Shipping. He was previously named on the American list of smuggling and financers in Iran.

Chiranjeev Kumar Singh was reportedly a Managing Director of Aurum Ship Management Freezone Company. The company was banned by America earlier last month. The company owns a vessel management profile and controls oil supply to Houthi and rebel-controlled ports.

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Mumbai (PTI): Maharashtra BJP leader Girish Mahajan on Thursday claimed that his party has the support of 170 MLAs, way above the 145 majority mark in the 288-member House that is necessary to form a government in the state.

The BJP is set to return to power in the state with the support of rebel Shiv Sena MLAs led by Eknath Shinde after chief minister Uddhav Thackeray tendered his resignation on Wednesday night, leading to the collapse of the 31-month-long three-party Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government.

Speaking to reporters here, former minister Mahajan said, "We have a support of 170 MLAs. We can comfortably face a floor test whenever we are asked to prove majority."

The BJP's strength in the House is 106, and it claims to have the support of at least 13 legislators.

Meanwhile, sources said that Eknath Shinde will reach Mumbai from Goa this afternoon to hold talks about government formation with BJP leaders.

Shinde had landed in Goa from Guwahati on Wednesday night with a group of 50 MLAs, of whom 39 are Sena dissidents, while others are independent legislators and those from small parties.

It is not yet clear if the Shinde-led group will merge with any party. Shinde Wednesday night reiterated that they are Shiv Sainiks and will remain in Shiv Sena.