New photo of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim hints at his presence in Pakistan
New Delhi: A new photo of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has surfaced in media. This is the first full-length photo of Dawood that has emerged after the 1993 bomb blasts.
The photo, in which Dawood can be seen wearing white pathan suit and a black coat, was clicked by an Indian journalist Vivek Agarwal, who went to Karachi a few years ago. The photograph is also the cover picture of Agarwal’s forthcoming novel ‘Mumbhai’.
As per reports, Dawood Ibrahim lived in Moin Palace at that time but later moved to his new bungalow in the posh Clifton area of Karachi.
The photograph clearly shows that the absconding don has shaved his moustache but has not undergone any kind of plastic surgery to hide his identity as was being believed earlier.
Despite Indian agencies claiming Dawood’s presence on the Pakistani soil for years, authorities at the western neighbour have been denying the accusation.
Earlier, in 2015, Pakistani Army and the ISI shifted underworld don and India's most wanted criminal, Dawood Ibrahim, from Karachi to another safe location at Murre in northern Pakistan.
The move was made after documentary evidences available with the Indian security on Dawood's presence in Pakistan were made public.