Bangla Hunt Desk: Pakistan has imposed financial sanctions on six banned terrorist organizations and their owners, including Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar and Dawood Ibrahim. This time Pakistan admitted that the underworld doll Dawood Ibrahim is in their country and he is living in the existing taboo in Karachi.
Note that Pakistan has issued a terror list. According to the list, Dawood Ibrahim is in Karachi. The list includes Dawood Ibrahim's address at the White House in Karachi. Pakistan has imposed the ban after the United Nations issued the list. The Pakistani government then sealed Dawood Ibrahim's account and ordered strict action against him. However, experts believe that it is an instruction to show people.
Dawood also has Pakistani citizenship number. David’s state identification number is KC-285901. His full address is White House, House No. 36 next to Saudi Mosque, Road No. 30, Defense Housing Authority, Karachi, Pakistan. Daud's Indian passport number A-333602 was issued on June 4, 1985 from Mumbai. He also has many passports.
Dawood Ibrahim was the mastermind behind the 1983 Mumbai attacks. The Pakistani government issued two notifications on August 16 banning Haif Saeed, the conspirator of the 26/11 attacks, Azhar Masood, the head of Jaish-e-Mohammed, and Don Dawood, the underworld. Dawood emerged as India's biggest terrorist after the 1993 Mumbai bombings.
According to reports, the Pakistani government has ordered the organization and its leaders to seize all their movable and immovable property and seal their bank accounts. According to the news, Hafiz Saeed, Mulla Fazlullah, Zakiur Rahman Lakhbi, Mohammad Mujahid, Abdul Hakim Murad, Nur Wali Mehmood, Fazal Rahim Shah of Uzbekistan Liberation Movement, Taliban leader Jalaluddin Haqqani, Khalil Ahmed Haqqani are among them.
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