Pakistan has admitted for the first time in 27 years that Dawood Ibrahim is in Karachi. David’s name is also on the list of 88 people he linked to on Saturday. Pakistan mentioned 3 pages of Dawood’s house on this list. He is said to have 14 passports.
Pakistan took this action in view of the meeting of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to be held in October. To avoid being blacklisted. Pakistan is currently on the gray list. The banned terrorists are mainly linked to IS, al Qaeda, and small organizations of the Taliban, report as per the City Today Daily.
These 14 passports of Dawood in the document of Pakistan
- Passport K5600982 issued from Mumbai on 30th July 1975
- Passport M1105223 issued from Mumbai on 13 November 1978
- Passport P5378494 issued from Mumbai on 30th July 1979
- Passport R8416975 issued from Mumbai on 26 November 1981
- Passport V578656 issued from Mumbai on 3rd October 1983
- Passport A-3336027 issued from Mumbai on 4th June 1985
- Passport A5018018 issued from Mumbai on 26th July 1985
- Passport A7172889 issued from Dubai on 18 August 1985
- Passport F82369210 issued from the Indian Embassy in Jeddah on September 2, 1989
- Pakistani passport G86653711 issued from Rawalpindi on 12 August 1991
- Pakistani passport C-26718512 issued from Karachi in July 1996
- Pakistani passport H-12325913 issued from Rawalpindi in July 2001
- Pakistani passport G-86953714 issued from Rawalpindi
- The White House, near the Saudi Mosque, Karachi
- House No. 37, 30th Street- Defense Housing Authority, Karachi
- Paltiyal Bungalow, Noorabad Hill Area, Karachi
This is not the first time that Pakistan has taken action against terrorists and terrorist organizations to show the world before the FATF meeting. It also took action against 8 terrorist organizations in May last year. This time 88 terrorists have been banned. The terrorist’s bank account and property have been seized. He has also been banned from traveling. A few days ago, the UN also released a list of terrorists.
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