Revolutionary movement of United Kingdom govt start confiscating underworld don Dawood Ibrahim property

Revolutionary movement of United Kingdom govt start confiscating underworld don Dawood Ibrahim property

Revolutionary movement of United Kingdom govt start confiscating underworld don Dawood Ibrahim property

The ownership patterns and other financial details are now being probed. The list from the treasury also lists the addresses of Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, as recorded.

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar, who is wanted in India in connection with the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case, is the "second richest criminal ever" after Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar. The assets which have been frozen include the underworld don's properties in the Midlands.

The Congress on Wednesday welcomed the move of the United Kingdom authorities in seizing the properties belonging to Dawood Ibrahim, but said the litmus test would be to get him back as had been "committed" by the ruling BJP ahead of the 2014 elections.

Dawood is also reported to have properties in Dartford and Essex and in central London.

The UK also lists 21 aliases for Ibrahim including Abdul, Shaikh, Ismail; Abdul Aziz, Abdul Hamid; Abdul Rehman, Shaikh, Mohd, Ismail; Anis, Ibrahim, Shaikh, Mohd; Bhai, Bada; Bhai, Dawood; Bhai, Iqbal; Dilip, Aziz; Ebrahim, Dawood; Farooqi, Sheikh; Hasan, Kaskar, Dawood; Hassan, Dawood; Ibrahim, Anis; Ibrahim, Dowood, Hassan, Shaikh; Kaskar, Daud, Hasan, Shaikh, Ibrahim; Kaskar, Daud, Ibrahim, Memon; Kaskar, Dawood, Hasan, Ibrahim; Memon, Dawood, Ibrahim; Sabri, Dawood; Sahab, Haji; and Seth, Bada.

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In January 2017, it was reported that United Arab Emirates' government had seized wanted Dawood's properties worth Rs 15,000 crore.

Dawood, the prime accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts in which 260 people were killed, reportedly runs his crime empire from Pakistan's Karachi. He fled the country post the bombings and is understood to be hiding in Pakistan. The CBI, Interpol in India, has already provided Dawood address - house no. 37, 30th street, Defence Housing Authority, Karachi, as his permanent address in Pakistan to the Interpol.

"India has been accusing Pakistan for long".

The opposition Congress asked the Narendra Modi government to "walk the walk" and bring the fugitive don back to India.

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