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India's most wanted fugitive Dawood operates from this 'White House'

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    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's special envoy has admitted that country's previous government lied all the way over Dawood Ibrahim not being in the country. India’s Most Wanted fugitive Dawood is wanted in connection with Mumbai Serial blasts and spot fixing cases, apart from many other crimes he has committed in India. Delhi Police has recently filed a chargesheet in Spot fixing case and revealed that Dawood is connected with the spot fixing.

    Pakistan's admission on Dawood has really hurt Indian sentiment. India has long maintained that Dawood operated from Pakistan and still has connections in Pakistan. Indian Intelligence Agencies are sure that Dawood pulled the strings from his karachi hideout for more than 18 years and inflicted damage on our country. But Pakistan kept denying Dawood's presence in Pakistan.

  • India's most wanted fugitive Dawood operates from this 'White House'

    Dawood is believed to be in UAE now. But, he has been carrying out his terror activities and illegal operations for the last 18 years against India. During Sanjay Dutt's trial, IB had supplied important information on Dawood to Pakistan and Indian governments. This information was very detailed as it contained information on Dawood' relatives, his political connection, his Bungalow and details of his brothers. Sadly, Pakistan government decided to dump the information and no action was taken.

  • India's most wanted fugitive Dawood operates from this 'White House'

    He boasts of strong political and military contacts in Pakistan. According to a report by Interpol India, Dawood lives in 'White House', near the Saudi mosque in Karachi's Clifton Road locality.  'White House' is less than two kilometres away from the naval airbase. One of India's most wanted fugitives lives in a complex of five tightly packed bungalows set in an acre of prime real estate in Karachi. It is also less than 500 metres from the tomb of a revered saint, Shah Abdullah Ghazi.

  • India's most wanted fugitive Dawood operates from this 'White House'

    The streets in Clifton are a far cry from the chaos of Karachi. They are clean, immaculately maintained and there are few people to be seen. Also missing are the city's ubiquitous yellow and green auto-rickshaws. Land Cruisers and S-Class Mercedes cars swish in and out of large gates. Only a few houses have numbers.

     

    Even the security men hide behind the gates and have to be buzzed by intercom. 

  • India's most wanted fugitive Dawood operates from this 'White House'

    The 'White House' is a complex of five single-storey bungalows set behind tall coconut trees. Two white buildings flank what seems to be the main dwelling, a dust brown single-storey mansion