MHA may address Dawood Ibrahim issue in upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament
Ministry of Home Affairs may address concerns over infamous underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in the upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament, reports claimed on Sunday.
New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs may address concerns over infamous underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in the upcoming Monsoon Session of Parliament, reports claimed on Sunday.
The MHA is also expected to discuss progresses made by India in this regard.
As per reports, Intelligence Agencies have provided sufficient evidences on the whereabouts of Dawood to the MHA.
India will soon give proofs related to presence of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, a key accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts to Pakistan, reports had earlier stated.
The dossier supposedly contains details of his assets, residential addresses and latest movements in Pakistan.
The opposition has been targeting the central government asking them to bring Dawood to India.
The Shiv Sena, in an article in its mouthpiece 'Saamna', had pointed to the fact that the BJP is in power both at the Centre and in Maharashtra and recalled that the late Gopinath Munde had vowed to put Dawood behind bars.
The reactions came after senior advocate Ram Jethmalani's claims that Dawood offered to surrender to the Indian authorities in the 90s, but former Maharashtra chief minister Sharad Pawar did not carry the matter forward.
The 1993 bombings were a series of bomb explosions that took place in Mumbai which resulted in over 350 fatalities and 1200 injuries.
(With Agency inputs)