Phone Bills, Travel Papers Clinching Proof of Dawood's Karachi Hideout

Published: 23rd August 2015 03:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd August 2015 03:10 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI:India’s latest dossier on Dawood Ibrahim has nailed Pakistan’s lie that the most-wanted terrorist is not on its soil. The 20-page dossier, which contains Dawood’s latest photograph, travel papers and phone bills of his wife Mehjabeen Shaikh, has put the spotlight back on the international fugitive sheltered by Pakistan’s ISI spy agency since 1993.

Dawood.jpgA TV channel claimed to have spoken to Mehjabeen, who confirmed Dawood’s presence in Karachi, further saying that he was asleep. When Express tried to reach Dawood’s number +92###71639**, as mentioned in the security agencies’ dossier, it was found to be switched off.

The number is issued to Dawood’s current address — D-13, Block-4, Karachi Development Authority, Sch-5, Clifton, Karachi. The phone bill, which is part of the dossier, is as latest as May 15, 2015.

The latest dossier also provides the address of an ISI safe house on the Islamabad-Murree road as Dawood’s hideout. The dossier accessed by Express also reveals the passport details of Dawood’s family and at least nine residential addresses he is suspected to be living under the ISI’s patronage.

The dossier also mentions a new residence purchased by Dawood at Shireen Jinnah Colony, near Ziauddin Hospital, Clifton, Karachi. This was purchased in September 2013, and is located near Ziauddin Hospital, where medical treatment could be provided to him whenever required. This place is close to the residence of Bilawal Zardari Bhutto, president of Pakistan People’s Party and son of former Prime Minister late Benazir Bhutto.

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