Dawood's address, passport number: What more does Pakistan need?
Both the passports bearing the name Shaikh Abdul were issued to Dawood Ibrahim. The details were shared with the Interpol which was convinced and told Pakistan to keep a watch on him.
Proof is what you want to accept:
In an old interview, senior BJP leader L K Advani had said, " when Pervez Musharaff (the then president of Pakistan) had visited India, he had asked him and his team about Dawood Ibrahim. Musharaff had told him that he did not know. While stating so, Musharaff and his team were looking away," Advani had also said.
That is a long time back. Since then several dossiers with ample proof about Dawood's location and his movements were sent to Pakistan. However just like the dossiers of 26/11, the dossiers on Dawood were never considered as Pakistan had upgraded him from don to strategic asset.
In addition to this several intercepts that have been picked up which included a latest conversation about a property deal in Dubai have been shared with Pakistan, but once again not considered.
Dawood was in Yemen and UAE as well:
The material that was collected by India was all the time shared with the Interpol. It was found that he had obtained a passport with the help of Pakistan from Yemen and UAE as well.
The passport from UAE bears the number A717288, while the Yemen passport has been numbered F823692. There is concrete evidence provided in the dossier and also shared with the Interpol about Dawood's travel details. In addition to this he travel between Pakistan, UAE, Yemen and back have also been detailed in the dossier.
Dawood Ibrahim's addresses:
The Indian dossiers also provide details of Dawood's addresses in Pakistan. These addresses were picked up by the Intelligence officials of India after detailed tracking and years of investigation.
The first address of Dawood Ibrahim has been listed as Margalla Road F 6/2 Street no. 22, House number 29 in Karachi. The second address is Moin Palace, II Floor, near Abdullah Shah Ghazi Durgah, Clifton, Karachi.
The red corner alert:
Based on all the evidence that India provided to the Interpol, a red corner notice was issued. Since the country of residence is Pakistan, it was expected that they would keep him on watch.
However after issuing at least three red corner notices, Pakistan has not just ignored the same, but also allowed him to travel out of the country several times.
As per the dossier on Dawood, the Interpol had also told Pakistan to keep a watch on the family members of Dawood Ibrahim. However this too was ignored by Pakistan.