Pakistan Retaliated On Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim

Pakistan retaliated on underworld don, said – Dawood is not on our land. Pakistan has turned upside down again after underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s confession of being in Karachi. Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has officially denied that Dawood is on Pakistan’s land. The Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that this claim is completely baseless and misleading that Pakistan has acknowledged the presence of some enlisted men (Dawood Ibrahim) on its land.

Dawood fled to Pakistan in 1993 after being responsible for the Mumbai serial blasts. Islamabad has consistently denied that it had given asylum to Dawood. In these blasts, 257 people lost their lives and around 1400 people were injured. India has asked Pakistan several times to hand over Dawood Ibrahim.

Pretense of action against terrorist organizations.

On Saturday, Pakistan had pretended to take action against 88 banned terrorist organizations and their masters, including Dawood Ibrahim. Pakistan released the list as part of the International Action Task Force (FATF), an organization that monitors international terrorism financing. The list also included Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar, and Dawood Ibrahim. Now Pakistan retaliated on underworld don.

Pakistan in FATF gray list.

In June 2018, the Paris-based FATF put Pakistan on the ‘gray list’ and asked Islamabad to implement the action plan by the end of 2019, but the deadline was extended due to the Corona virus epidemic. The government issued two notifications on August 18, announcing sanctions on Saeed, the Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Azhar and underworld don Ibrahim, the 26/11 Mumbai attack conspirator and Jamaat-ud-Dawa mastermind.

Action on these terrorists.

According to reports, orders have been given to seize all the assets of terrorist organizations and their bosses and seal the bank accounts. Among the terrorists who were asked to take action, terrorists Hafiz Saeed, Azhar Masood, Mullah Fazlullah, Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Muhammad Yahya Mujahid, Abdul Hakim Murad, Noor Wali Mehsud, Fazal Rahim Shah of Uzbekistan Liberation Movement, Taliban leader Jalaluddin Khalqani Haldani Ahmad Haqqani, Yahya Haqqani and Dawood Ibrahim and his associates.

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