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Man claims to have hacked Dawood Ibrahim's call details, to share details with PM Modi


Ahmedabad, May 1: A man from Vadodara has claimed to have hacked the call details of India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim which he will hand over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

As per a report in Dainik Bhaskar, Manish Bhangore has claimed that he has the blue print of many of Dawood's big projects and that the gangster is planning to transfer his black money from India to Dubai.

Man claims to have hacked Dawood Ibrahim's call details

Bhangore has ascertained that the details he has gathered are correct, and says, "if my evidences are proven false then execute me. I have a lot to with me which I can only hand over to PM Modi."

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He however has claimed that police commissioner is telling media that his claims are fake.

"When first I gathered the information against Dawood, police officials with Vadodara police encouraged me. But, when I met police commissioner, then I was asked meaningless questions. He wanted to demoralise me. I tried contacting Prime Minister's Office also, but could get through. At last I faxed them that I want to meet PM Modi.

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I've risked my life to collect this 'crucial information," Bhangore was quoted as saying by Bhaskar.

Meanwhile, Bhangore's father is upset with the apathy of police towards the efforts of his son.

"The courage that my son has displayed is not shown by everyone," he said.

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