Dead Osama hampers Dawood's son's marriage party in Pak

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Karachi, New Delhi, May 23: The former al-Qaeda chief, the dreaded terrorist, Osama bin Laden had topped the "most wanted terrorists" list published by the US. After a long hide and seek battle, Barack Obama's men, however, succeeded to kill their biggest enemy right under the nose of Pakistanis who allegedly guarded the 9/11 attacks mastermind. Now, it's India's turn to accomplish its long pending task to nab the 1993 Mumbai blasts culprit.

Soon after the US' secret mission to "kill Osama" in Pakistan's Abbottabad city, Dawood, who lives in a bungalow in Karachi's Cliffton Road area, started absconding as life-threats are mulling over the underworld don. Indian intelligence agencies with the help of Interpol have collected enough evidence to expose that Pakistani government is giving full support and shelter to Dawood Ibrahim.

Citing the tensed situation, close sources to Dawood's family stated that the underworld don decided to postpone his son Moin's marriage reception, though "the nikah will take place as per the schedule on May 27, a Friday."

Sources said, "The wedding reception was to be held on May 28. However, due to the ongoing difficulties, Dawood has postponed the reception and a new date has not been fixed yet."

"Dawood wanted to throw a big party for Moin's wedding since it would be the last wedding of his children. But due to the changing scenario, he is taking precaution," added the source.

Dawood's jittery might have been intensed when his brother and aides were attacked by some unidentified goons in Mumbai recently.

It seems that India has been confronted with a stern challenge to nail down its enemy - Dawood Ibrahim. There are several media footages of Dawood hobnobbing with Pakistani government officials, and influential persons and that too in the heartland of Pakistani administration. The strongest proof that Dawood indeed is residing in Pakistan is the wedding of Dawoods' daughter Mahrooq to Pakistani cricketer Javed Miadad's son Junaid in 2005.

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