Dawood Ibrahim poisoned in Pakistan & Admitted to hospital in Karachi

Dawood Ibrahim poisoned in Pakistan & Admitted to hospital in Karachi

Reportedly, Dawood Ibrahim, the notorious underworld figure, has been admitted to a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, with speculations suggesting that poisoning may be the cause. 

Although Pakistan has not officially confirmed this information, numerous reports indicate that Dawood Ibrahim is under high security within the hospital. The veracity of these developments could not be independently verified by Mint.

Dawood Ibrahim, the mastermind behind the 1993 Mumbai blasts and India's most sought-after fugitive, has purportedly resided in Pakistan for an extended period. The 1993 bombings resulted in the loss of more than 250 lives and left thousands injured. 

Despite Indian authorities asserting that they believe Ibrahim resides in Karachi's affluent Clifton area, Pakistan has consistently denied his presence in the country. In January 2023, Ibrahim's nephew informed the National Investigation Agency that Dawood had remarried in Pakistan and was living with his family in Karachi.

According to the statement provided by Alishah Parkar, the son of Dawood's sister Haseena Parkar, Dawood Ibrahim has a second wife named Maizabin, who is a Pakistani Pathan. The family reportedly includes three daughters (Marukh, Mehrin, and Maziya) and one son (Mohin Nawaz).

The National Investigation Agency's charge sheet, filed in November of the previous year, highlighted that Dawood Ibrahim's criminal organization, the D-Company, has established a specialized unit aimed at spreading terror in India. This includes targeting prominent figures such as political leaders and businesspersons.

Despite reports indicating that Dawood Ibrahim and his D-Company still exert control over various criminal activities in Mumbai, such as drug trafficking, arms trade, and counterfeiting, the 10th edition of the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) pointed out that the organization has strong ties with global terrorist groups, including al-Qaida.

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