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Is Dawood Ibrahim’s Dead After Poisoning Attempt in Karachi?

Fugitive mastermind of the 1993 Mumbai blasts, Dawood Ibrahim, is reportedly dead, according to unverified sources. The alleged death occurred at a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, where Dawood was rushed after being poisoned. The sources suggest that Dawood may have passed away between 8 pm and 9 pm (IST) on Sunday. However, there is no official confirmation of his death at this time.

Dawood Ibrahim, one of India’s most-wanted terrorists, has been reportedly residing in Pakistan for many years, despite Islamabad consistently denying harboring him. In January of the same year, reports indicated that Dawood’s nephew had informed the National Investigation Agency (NIA) that Dawood resided in Karachi and had married for the second time.

The rumors surrounding Dawood’s condition gained traction as internet services in Pakistan faced a nationwide disruption. While reports attributed the disruptions to a rally by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), speculation emerged about a potential attempt to cover up a “major incident.” Pakistani journalist Arzoo Kazmi suggested in a video that Dawood was in critical condition in the hospital.

Dawood Ibrahim, the head of the international terrorist network ‘D Company,’ was responsible for the 1993 bombings in Mumbai, causing the deaths of over 250 people and injuring thousands. The National Investigating Agency (NIA) has implicated the syndicate in various criminal activities, including drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion, and arms smuggling. Dawood holds the designation of a “global terrorist” by India and the United Nations, with a bounty of $25 million.

Dawood’s life, from his upbringing in Mumbai’s Dongri slum to becoming a kingpin of organized crime, has been the subject of considerable interest. His criminal activities and gang rivalry led to widespread violence in Mumbai in 1984, prompting him to flee to Dubai. Following the 1993 bombings, Dawood was placed on the most-wanted lists of the FBI and Interpol, eventually seeking asylum in Karachi, where the Pakistan government reportedly granted him refuge

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