It's confirmed: Pakistan sheltering Dawood IbrahimNew Delhi: Documentary evidences available with the Indian security agencies claim that Pakistan is haven for the 1993 Mumbai blasts main accused Dawood Ibrahim.According to a Hindustan Times report, Dawood, wife Mehjabeen Shaikh, son Moeen
New Delhi: Documentary evidences available with the Indian security agencies claim that Pakistan is haven for the 1993 Mumbai blasts main accused Dawood Ibrahim.
According to a Hindustan Times report, Dawood, wife Mehjabeen Shaikh, son Moeen Nawaz and daughters Mahrukh, Mehreen and Mazia are in Clifton, a suburb located in Karachi. His son Moeen is married to Sania while daughter Mahrukh is married to Junaid, son of former Pakistan cricket captain Javed Miandad.
The agencies are in possession of an April 2015 telephone bill in the name of Mehjabeen. The address mentioned on the bill is - D-13, Block-4, Karachi Development Authority, Sch-5, Clifton.
Also, Dawood has three Pakistani passports with two more residential addresses - 6A, Khayaban Tanzeem, Phase 5, Defence Housing Area and Moin Palace, II floor, Near Abdullah Shah Ghazi Dargah, Clifton.
Indian security agencies also have images of Dawood's Pakistani passports, passport numbers and travel details.
The latest photographs of Dawood, 50, shows that he has a receding hairline, is clean shaven and has not undergone any facial cosmetic surgery.
If NSAs of India and Pakistan meet on August 23 in New Delhi, as per the schedule, India's NSA Ajit Doval is set to confront his Pakistani counterpart Sartaj Aziz on giving shelter to a global terrorist.
Dawood's wife and daughter had also in past frequently travelled to Dubai.
India has already issued a red corner notice or an international arrest warrant against Dawood and his associates for their role in 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai that killed more than 250 people.
Earlier, Pakistan had vehemently denied that Dawood is taking shelter on its land but latest proofs available with India clearly exposed Pakistan's lie and double standard when it comes to fight against terrorism.