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Dawood Ibrahim Poisoning News: Pakistani Agencies Spread False, According to Indian Intel

According to sources in the Indian intelligence network, News were misled by Pakistani officials over reports that fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim was poisoned in Pakistan.

“He is in good health and has been seen going about his daily business. A senior official stated, “It is possible that Pakistani agencies spread false information to the outside world claiming that Dawood Ibrahim has passed away. Sources in Karachi’s upscale Clifton neighbourhood have also reported no strange activity.” “Dawood is a living, well person. The sight of this bogus news really stunned me. I had several encounters with him yesterday,” he claimed.

Social media reports said that Dawood Ibrahim was poisoned and however had to be taken to the hospital right away. A few individuals even shared screen grabs of what seemed to be the account of Anwar ul Haq Kakar, the acting prime minister of Pakistan, reporting Dawood’s passing. However, it came out that the account and message were fraudulent.

The Viral Fake News of Dawood Ibrahim Poisoning

Dawood Ibrahim Poisoning News: Pakistani Agencies Spread False, According to Indian Intel

“The Messiah of humanity, dear to every Pakistani heart. Our beloved His Excellency Dawood Ibrahim passed away due to unknown poisoning,” the post that went viral said. He passed away in a Karachi hospital. May Allah elevate him to the top rank in Jannat.”

Dawood Ibrahim, a resident of Karachi, is sought for indeed a number of terror-related offences in India, notably the 1993 Mumbai serial explosions. The UN Security Council issued a $25 million reward on his head in 2003.

Along with Maulana Masood Azhar of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), Hafiz Saeed of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Syed Salahuddin of Hizbul Mujahideen, and his close associate Abdul Rauf Asghar, he is indeed one of India’s most wanted individuals.

Son of a Constable to India’s Most-Wanted

Dawood Ibrahim Poisoning News: Pakistani Agencies Spread False, According to Indian IntelDawood Ibrahim Kaskar, who was indeed born into a police officer family in Ratnagiri, rose to prominence as a drug lord in the UK and Western Europe. He amassed a vast empire in Dubai and Karachi.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) claims that he conceals his identity using 13 aliases. He rose to prominence as the underworld’s boss in Mumbai in the 1980s. And early 1990s, controlling prostitutes, gambling, and narcotics. The 1980s economic collapse of Mumbai paved the stage for the emergence of the mafias. In 1986, Ibrahim took a plane to Dubai in order to evade punishment. Eventually, these were referred to as the D-Company, and they had ties to Nepal, Pakistan, and India.

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