Dawood Ibrahim's new photo by Indian journalist nails Pakistan's lies
Over two decades after he left India after 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, a new photo of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has emerged in the media.
New Delhi: Over two decades after he left India after 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, a new photo of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has emerged in the media.
The photo, where the absconding don is seen wearing a white kurta and a black coat, was reportedly clicked by an Indian journalist few years back.
According to a report in India Today, an Indian journalist Vivek Agarwal clicked this photo in Pakistan. The same photo is also the cover picture for Agarwal's forthcoming novel 'Mumbhai'.
A clean-shave Dawood is seen posing for the photograph. The recent photo aslo rejects the rumours that Ibrahim underwent a plastic surgery of his face to avoid Indian agencies.
The report says that the photo was clicked when Ibrahim was residing at Moin Palace. Later he shifted to his new house in Karachi's posh Clifton area.
Indian agencies have been claiming about Dawood's presence in Pakistan. However, Pakistani authorites never accepted the claim despite several proofs from India.