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Pakistan does not have underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, PAK Foreign Office Claims

Islamabad: Pakistan Foreign Office said on Thursday that underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is not in Pakistan. Actually, a British court had been told a day earlier that the wanted gangster is currently living in this country (Pakistan) for the 1993 bomb blasts case. Foreign Office spokesman Muhammad Faisal said in response to a question during his weekly press conference here, "Dawood Ibrahim is not in Pakistan."
During the extradition case of Jabir Moti (51), a key member of the D-Company, the Westminster Magistrates' Court in London was told on Wednesday that Dawood is wanted in the 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai and he is currently in Pakistan. 200 people were killed in these blasts.


Dawood Ibrahim, the donor of "D Company" is currently in exile in Pakistan, according to a part of the American Attorney's affidavit for the extradition read by Edward Fitzgerald, lawyer of Moti. Dawood and his brother Anis Ibrahim are absconding from India since 1993. He informed that the current investigation revealed that Jabir Moti was directly reporting to Dawood.In fact, Fitzgerald was trying to establish that his client would be linked to Dawood and D Company by US officials, that would mean special administrative action would be taken in New York's Metropolitan Improvement Center, in which to keep it separate And it involves keeping it at risk.

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