New Delhi: Dawood Ibrahim has nine residences in Pakistan, including one bought near the house of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, two years ago, and has three Pakistani passports which he frequently uses to travel.
According to a dossier prepared by India to be handed over to Pakistan, there are nine places where Dawood Ibrahim, who is known to frequently change his locations, stays in Pakistan. The new residence Dawood bought is located at Shireen Jinah Colony near Ziauddin Hospital, Cliffton, Karachi.
“This accommodation was purchased in September, 2013 and is located near the hospital where medical treatment could be provided to Dawood whenever required. This place is close to the residence of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto,” the dossier reads.
Apart from this house, the other places where he regularly frequents are: Moin Palace, near Abdullah Shah Gazi Dargah, Cliffton, Karachi, 6A Khyabar Tanzeem, Phase V, Defence Housing area, Karachi, ISI safe house located on Bhoubhan Hill, around 20km from Islamabad on Islamabad-Muree Road, P6/2, street no. 22, House no. 29, Maragalla Road, Islamabad, 17C P Bazar Society, Block 7-8, Amir Khan Road, Karachi, 30th street in Phase 6 extension of DHA in Karachi, 8th floor of Mohran Square near Pardesi House 3, Tawar area, Cliffton, Karachi and a palatial bungalow in the hilly area of Nooriabad, Karachi.
“Dawood is known to frequently change his locations and addresses in Pakistan. He has amassed immense property in Pakistan and moves under the protection of Pakistani agencies,” the dossier says.
According to the dossier, Dawood has three Pakistani passports — first one issued in Rawalpindi (No. G-866537), second in Karachi (No. C-267185) and a third one which was also issued in Karachi (No. KC-285901).
Dawood’s wife Mahajabeen holds a Pakistani passport No. J-589103, son Moeen Pakistani passport No. J-588518 and daughter Mehrukh passport No. J-563473. Mehrukh is married to former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad’s son Junaid.
Dawood’s daughter Mehreen holds another Pakistani Passport No. is J-563439. Dawood’s brother Anees and Mustaqim also hold Pakistani passport No. H 144394 and KA-713357 respectively.
The dossier says Dawood was declared a global terrorist by the US State Department on October 16, 2003 and he was included in the UN list as an associate of Al Qaida on November 3, 2003 under the UNSC resolution no. 1267 “Pakistan has failed to issue a red corner notice and take action as per UN notice against Dawood,” the dossier says.
Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday termed as “irrefutable evidence” a new report, which citing intelligence evidence that said Dawood was in Pakistan, and asked it to hand him over to India while Congress played down the report, saying successive governments have shared such evidence with Pakistan.
“Pakistan has always denied that Dawood Ibrahim was staying there. We have now placed the evidence before the world,” Union Minister and senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said.