Dawood Ibrahim Calls ISI Officials; Pakistan Issues CNIC Number
The government of Pakistan released a national identity for Dawood Ibrahim and his family, which it issues only to its citizens.
Fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim has been reportedly rattled after non-stop coverage about him taking shelter Pakistan, and he went on to dial a number of people to ensure his safety. Reports said that Ibrahim, who is the main accused in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts, called a few military officers in Pakistan for his safety. He reportedly also spoke to some Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) officials and sought their help. He also called his brother Anees Ibrahim, aide Shakeel Babu Miya Shaikh (alias Chhota Shakeel) several times. India’s most wanted terrorist lives in Karachi’s posh area.
The government of Pakistan issued a CNIC number (Computerised National Identity Card) for Ibrahim and his family. The Pakistan National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) released this only to its citizens. Ibrahim resides in an area where Pakistan’s top officials along with top army personnel reside, according to exclusive report. He is not only in Pakistan but has also received the support of the Imran Khan government and its intelligence agencies.
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