Dawood's Passport, Latest Photo, His Wife's Phone Bill Shows He is in Karachi

The evidence in possession includes April 2015 telephone bill in the name of Dawood’s wife Mehjabeen.

Published: 22nd August 2015 08:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd August 2015 03:50 PM   |  A+A-

Dawood Sheikh Ibrahim, the main accused in 1993 Mumbai blasts has been evading the law for more than two decades and even Pakistan had denied his existence in their country. However, latest evidence available with Indian security agencies exposes Pakistan’s lie in this regard.


If the Indo-Pak talks on terror were to take place on Monday, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is prepared to confront his Sartaj Aziz in this matter. The evidence in possession includes April 2015 telephone bill in the name of Dawood’s wife Mehjabeen who resides in an apartment in Karachi.

The Indian security agencies told Hindustan Times that Dawood’s wife, son Moeen Nawaz and two daughters Mahrukh, Mehreen and Mazia are all residing in Pakistan and that Dawood is presently situated in the Clifton neighborhood of Karachi.


Evidence with Indian agencies proves that Dawood’s family members travelled between Pakistan and Dubai. Dawood’s Pakistan passport in the name of Sheikh Dawood Hassan very well shows his picture after he underwent plastic surgery in his face and clean shaven. It is officially known that the 59-year-old terrorist holds a minimum of three passports.


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