India to give dossier on Dawood to Pak

New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs has prepared a fresh dossier on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and others terrorists to exert pressure on Pakistan for taking immediate action.

The dossier contains details of their assets, residential addresses and latest movements in Pakistan.

According to a top official in the MHA, Dawood was shifted somewhere near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border about a fortnight ago, a top official in the Indian home ministry claimed on Friday.

“He was in Karachi about 15 days ago, but has since been shifted to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border region,” the official said.

Further, the official from the interior ministry noted, “There are at least five-six locations that we have identified, where he is shifted on a regular basis.”

“He is never kept at one location for more than a month,” the official added.

Meanwhile, the report has a list of more than 20 addresses occupied by the three terrorists.

The MHA has sent the dossier to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to take up the matter with Pakistan, the reports stated.

Last month, Centre had sought information on the whereabouts of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim from Pakistan and had recommended them to freeze all his bank accounts.

Home Ministry sources had told that there are at least 10 bank accounts in Pakistan which are linked to Dawood were identified.

The Combating of Funding of Terrorist Cell, which functions under the MHA, tracks suspicious bank accounts and recommends a freeze on them, they said.

NewsMobile had last year claimed that Dawood was in Karachi as there was evident telephonic conversation recorded between him and his man.

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(With inputs from agencies)



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