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Pak politicians, ISI bigwigs, cricketers to attend underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's 60th birthday bash: Report

Dawood Ibrahim is going to turn 60 on December 26 and a major birthday bash is being planned for the occasion.


Pak politicians, ISI bigwigs, cricketers to attend underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's 60th birthday bash: Report
File photo of Mafia Don Dawood Ibrahim

Delhi: Underworld don and India's most wanted Dawood Ibrahim is going to turn 60 on December 26 and a major birthday bash is being planned for the occasion in Pakistan.

As per a report in Aaj Tak, Dawood's aide Chhota Shakeel and Anees Ibrahim along with other 'D-Company' members are busy in preparation of the party, which will be of a secret nature.

The report said that if sources could be believed then the venue could be Karachi's Marriott Hotel or Ramada Plaza Hotel near the airport.

The plans of the party came to light when Chhota Shakeel invited a person from Dubai for the bash.

On the other hand, India's intelligence agencies are said to be keeping a close eye on the developments.

The report says that as per intercepts of the 'D-Company', it was revealed that the almost 650 people are likely to attend Dawood's bash.

It is also being estimated that some of Dawood's men may also attend the party.

Also, top members of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI, Pakistani politicians and some cricketers will be attending the mafia don's birthday party, as per the report.

At the same time some legislators from Nepal have also been sent invitations.

As per intelligence agencies, conversations intercepts have revealed that Dawood's security has been increased in Karachi and his men are talking in code language in order to avoid detection.

Dawood is wanted in India for his involvement in 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.

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