Revealed: Dawood helped Pak acquire nuclear technology

New Delhi: India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan which has been out rightly rejected the Pak govt.   But Italy's two investigative journalists Francesca Marino and Beniamino Natale have made many sensational revelations
revealed dawood helped pak acquire nuclear...
India TV News Desk October 12, 2013 14:00 IST
New Delhi: India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan which has been out rightly rejected the Pak govt.  





But Italy's two investigative journalists Francesca Marino and Beniamino Natale have made many sensational revelations based on years of investigation.  

Natal and Marino have expressed their views in book 'Apocalypse Pakistan: An Anatomy of the World's Most Dangerous Nation".

It has been claimed in the book that Dawood not only carry out operations against India in collaboration with the ISI, but also to provide financial help to Pakistan to acquire nuclear weapons.

He acquired nuclear technology from China and North Korea to help run the Pak nuclear plants.

Earlier it was believed that Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan was behind it.

Not only this, Ntale and Marino also made other sensational revelations. Accordingly, Dawood not only provided money to Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI but Pakistan's government also received a large chunk of black money.

The greater part of his earnings come from drugs trafficking, weapons and extortion business.  

Dawood has created a huge network of drugs and weapons in South Asia and Africa.  

Moreover, Dawood gang continues in Mumbai to raise money and the same money is used against India.

Extortion money received from Bollywood and builders are sent to Dawood through hawala. The hawala business in India is constantly growing.

Not only this, Dawood played a major role in November 26, 2011 Mumbai terrorist attack by providing them money and arms.
 
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