Pakistan has been given documents against Dawood, he would be nabbed soon: Rajnath Singh
New Delhi, May 24: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has assured that India's most wanted fugitive-Dawood Ibrahim will be nabbed soon and brought to India. He, however, has not mentioned any specific time for the same.
Speaking to a news channel, Rajnath Singh said, "Dawood will be nabbed soon. He will be brought back to India at any situation. He is an International terrorist. However, there is need to take the help of international agencies to nab him."
He further added, "All the relevant documents against Dawood have been given to Pakistan."
The Ministry of External Affairs had earlier said that it will persue Pakistan to hand over Dawood although the former has been claiming that the gangster was not in Pakistan.
The Union Minister also assured that there was no threat from ISIS after a video emerged showing Indian jihadis in its ranks warning to avenge the death of Muslims in the country and fall of the Babri Masjid.
Showing confidence in the integrity of the country, Singh further said, "There is no threat from ISIS. Along with the alertness of the security, the Muslims of the country are also against the ISIS. In India, the Muslim community won't allow them to do so."