India requests 6 countries to seize Dawood Ibrahim's properties

New Delhi, May 5: If report is to be believed then India has sent legal appeals to six countries to seize the properties owned by Dawood Ibrahim there.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has supposedly sent Letters Rogatory to United Kingdom, Australia, UAE, Turkey, Cyprus and Morocco to seize Dawood's property there, reported Aaj Tak.

ED appeals to seize Dawood's properties

According to definition, Letters Rogatory is a formal written request made by one judicial body to another court in a different, independent jurisdiction that a witness who resides in that jurisdiction be examined through the use of interrogatories accompanying the request.

The sale deed and agreement papers of the Dawood's properties have been enclosed with Letters Rogatory. ED has also provided evidences of money laundering.

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If these assets are seized Dawood Ibrahim will not be able to use these properties.

India's intense effort to bring him back always resulted into vein as Pakistan has always denied his presence on its soil. Though, his hideout in Pakistan is considered as world's most open secret.

It is alleged that the 1993 Mumbai blasts were organised by Dawood Ibrahim under pressure from the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan

US designated him as a global terrorist with links to terror groups in 2013.

Media reports in April claimed that Dawood Ibrahim has been diagnosed with life-threatening gangrene in his legs . However, Dawood's deputy Chhota Shakeel had rubbished the reports about his illness.

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