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Dawood Ibrahim is Hiding in Plain Sight Say Sources

Times of India, News report, Posted: Dec 05, 2008



Though Pakistan denies it knows the whereabouts of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, sources told The Times of India he is safe at his plush villa in Karachi. Ibrahim's name has come up in connection with the Mumbai attacks and India has sought his extradition. The Times of India says the underworld kingpin is still in touch with his contacts in Mumbai. His relatives, including one with a valid Indian passport, flew to Karachi to meet him a couple of days ago. Both the Indian government and the U.S. intelligence establishment are trying to keep close tabs on his movements. Also security sources said Ibrahim's network in Mumbai, including Mohammed Ali who runs a smuggling racket in the Mumbai docks, is still operating with impunity despite strong indications that it provided logistical assistance to the attackers.

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