New Delhi: The Modi government has prepared a new dossier on India's most wanted Dawood Ibrahim with evidence that the underworld don is staying in Pakistan under the protection of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Daily Mail reported on Tuesday.
The Indian intelligenec agencies have listed four new safe houses, where the underworld don has been staying since 2012.
According to the daily, the fresh dossier says one of the four 'safe house' is located at Muree, which is 20 kms away from Pakistan's capital Islamabad.
In 2012, New Delhi had given Islamabad a list of three places where Dawood had stayed.
The report says that out of seven, most of the 'safe houses' are based in Karachi.
The NDA government is expected to hand over the fresh dossier to Pakistan's National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz when he meets his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval in New Delhi later this month.
Earlier in August, it was reported that Yakub Wali Mohammad Khan alias Yeda Yakub, one of the key accused in 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, died of heart attack in Pakistan's port city Karachi.
Yeda, considered to be a close associate of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, died of a massive heart attack.
The Narendra Modi-led government has repeatedly said that Dawood is in Pakistan and that India is determined to bring him back.
Pakistan has denied time and again the fugitive's presence on its soil.