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Dawood Ibrahim's four addresses in Pakistan as listed by UN

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has been one of the most wanted man in India for years. He has also been said to be the mastermind of the 1993 Mumbai terror attacks.

Delhi: Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has been one of the most wanted man in India for years. He has also been said to be the mastermind of the 1993 Mumbai terror attacks.

As per an United Nations list, there are four addresses in his name in Pakistan.

Dawood’s four addresses as mentioned by the UN list is as follows:

- White House, Near Saudi Mosque, Clifton in Karachi.

- House No. 37, 30th Street, Defence Housing Authority, Karachi.

- Palatial Bungalow in the hilly area of Noorabad in Karachi.

- Property at Margalla Road, F 6\2, Street No. 22, House No. 29, Karachi.

He is also said to have 16 aliases and reportedly has 14 passports, issued in Bombay (Mumbai), Dubai (UAE), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) and Rawalpindi and Karachi (Pakistan).

Moreover, Interpol gives credence to Dawood’s addresses as enlisted in the UN list while issuing global alert against him.

The Delhi Police chargesheet in IPL spot-fixing scandal also listed his three addresses in Islamabad and Karachi.

Dawood had fled India after the 1993 Mumbai blasts, that claimed over 250 lives, to Dubai and is said to have later shifted to Pakistan.

The mafia don was born on December 26, 1955 to a police head constable in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra and is believed to have started his career in crime in the Karim Lala gang, which was once active in Mumbai.

He is said to have started his D-Company after shifting to Dubai. It is considered one of the largest organised crime syndicates in south east Asia.

In 2003, Dawood was declared a global terrorist by the United States.