Dawood Ibrahim Critical in Karachi After Heart Attack: Reports

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Bc kab marega yeh Pig.. i want to see him perish before my lifetime at least .. Need to die a pigs death

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: One of the world’s most wanted men and fugitive Mumbai underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is in critical condition in Karachi after he suffered a heart attack, sources told CNN-News18.

However, his top lieutenant Chota Shakeel told CNN-News18 over phone -- another fugitive from Indian law, he too is believed to be in Karachi -- that Ibrahim was perfectly fine and sought to dismiss all rumours.

According to Indian intelligence sources, Dawood's movement was last reported on April 19 when he attended a dinner party at his son-in-law's residence in Karachi

CNN-News18 had reported last year that Dawood has crippling gangrene in his legs and was receiving treatment at his posh residence in the upscale Clifton neighbourhood of Karachi, sources said.

Sixty one-year-old Dawood is wanted in India for organising and financing the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts that left 257 dead and 717 injured. The blasts were carried out with the help of his subordinates, Tiger Memon and Yakub Memon. In July 2015, Yakub Memon was hanged to death for this crime, while Dawood and Tiger are still free.

Indian intelligence sources believe news about Dawood’s latest medical condition is being kept a secret by Pakistan, which has always denied that he lives in that country. They believe there would be no official announcement in case he dies because it would be difficult for Pakistan to admit his presence in Karachi.

Dawood fled to Dubai in the 1980s after the Mumbai Police crackdown on the underworld, and left for Pakistan under the protection of the country’s intelligence agency ISI.

Dawood's presence in Pakistan is the world's most open secret. A few journalists have claimed to have met the underworld don, but none have ever written about those meetings.

The last exhaustive account of Dawood's life in Pakistan appeared in a Karachi-based magazine Newsline in the year 2001. The reporter Ghulam Hasnain was reportedly harassed by the ISI and the Pakistani Army over the article, which busted Islamabad's links with Dawood. The magazine's website doesn't have a link to that story now.


File photo of Dawood Ibrahim's residence (circled) in the posh Clifton neighbourhood in Karachi, Pakistan.

If Hasnain's account is to be believed, Dawood, then a 46-year-old, led a very colourful life. Hasnain wrote that Dawood lived like a king in a palatial house spread over 6,000 square yards, with swimming pool, tennis courts, snooker room and a high-tech gym. He wore designer clothes, owned top of the line Mercedes cars and four-wheel drives.

Having fled India, Dawood established his own underworld in Karachi, and expanded the D-company's global empire. He ran a multimillion dollar betting and match-fixing racket in cricket. Pakistan's most powerful including political leaders and top cricketers queued up to be feted by him.

The legends are many and at one point he was said to have bailed out the Pakistan Central Bank.

Pakistan not only gave Dawood shelter, but also a conducive hunting ground for his criminal network. Pakistani hitmen hired by Dawood, Hasnain's article said, attempted to kill his earlier No. 2 Chhota Rajan at his flat in Bangkok.

ALSO READ: 23-Year Pak Lie Exposed: Watch Video of Dawood's House in Karachi

The hitmen went with a birthday cake to wish Rajan on his birthday, but managed to kill only his aide and wife. The shooting was later depicted in detail in a Bollywood film 'Company' believed to be based on the lives of Dawood and Rajan.

Bitter rivals today, Dawood and Rajan built the D-company toppling the don of Bombay underworld and their mentor Haji Mastan. Together, they rewrote the rules of the underworld, not hesitating to kill their rivals without a blink.

Son of a police inspector, Dawood, built a network of informants in Mumbai Police, which allegedly works to his advantage even today.
 

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Tragedy is that he is dying a natural death .
Who knows what might have happened :bounce:

And If he dies in any case there will be a gangwar over property share- which is what we want- :daru:
 

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'' The ears of his enemies were deafened by the noise of his achievements .''---said by somebody about Dawood Ibrahim....

Ashdoc's book review---of the first 75 pages of the book FROM DONGRI TO DUBAI ( sorry i could not complete reading the book for lack of time )
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There are Dons and there are Dons and there is the Doyen---of the Dons.....
This is the story of Dawood Ibrahim---the Doyen of the Dons ; the man who ruled and fooled over Mumbai but also loved and lost it.....

But before the arrival of the Doyen of the Dons there are the lesser players.....
Or rather , such is the reputation and such are the achievements of the DON that he makes those who appear before him look like a set of lesser players.....
Actually those who appear before HIM are legends in their own right---men such as Haji Mastan , Vardarajan Mudaliar , Baashu Dada and Karim Lala.....
But their achievements pale before the spectacular deeds of the big D---a name the Indian police and the intelligence agencies along with the people and the govt have come to fear as well as admire , though the admiration comes only grudgingly.....

But be as it may , the story starts with the onset of independence and the minor gangs of the fifties and their activities---mere pinpricks compared to what is happening today.....
But India was much more poor at that time and the money at stake was much less too.....So from minor knifings in the fifties we graduate to the rivalry between christian and muslim gangs in the sixties---a rivalry the christian gang lost because one of their leaders made the mistake of falling in love with a muslim girl and thereby lost the loyalty of his muslim followers.....

......And from there the story graduates to smugglers like Haji Mastan and Vardarajan Mudaliar---men who allied and marked out their respective territories to rule Mumbai jointly.....
Their alliance was cemented by the fact that both of them came from Tamil Nadu and spoke the same language---as also by the fact that they were not overly ambitious .

Haji Mastan was the coolie from the docks who went on the become a mafia kingpin and gave himself the honorific HAJI after he had done the pious journey of haj---a man who inspired the role of Amitabh Bachhan in the film DEEWAAR . And Vardarajan Mudaliar inspired the Vinod Khanna film DAYAVAN and Kamal Hassan film NAYAKAN . Thus was born an alliance between the mafia and Bollywood---and bollywood and the mafia continue to be fascinated by each other even today.....

In fact much of the book is written in pucca filmy style , and needless to say will form fodder for many films in the future---at least thats what the writer would unabashedly like it to be.....

Consider the scene of the first meeting between Haji Mastan and Vardarajan Mudaliar---Varda bhai has been caught by the police and the man who saves him is seen by Varda coming to him through a haze wearing a white safari and smoking a 555 cigarette . The scene as described by the writer has all the hallmarks of a film scene and has been written keeping a future film in mind.....

So we move on and find Karim Lala---a man so powerful that all he has to do is keep his walking stick in a place whose tenants have refused to evacuate it and lo !! they evacuate in no time.....

And then onto Baashu dada and his durbar---a place which has all the trappings of an akhada with a badam sherbet making machine in the center , for badam sherbet was the favourite of Indian body builders before protein shakes became popular....

But the man destined to triumph over all these DADAS and become the biggest daddy of them all was now making his mark---needless to say his name was Dawood.....
He was the son of a constable of the Mumbai police named Ibrahim Kaskar , a man of respectability in his locality of Pydhonie whose advice was taken by everybody including the Bhais and the police . But Dawood was the incorrigible rebel , a boy who wanted from his teens to live the life of kings and who loved and throughly enjoyed keeping others in his terror.....

......And when Baashu dada insulted his father Dawood took terrible revenge by destroying Baashu's akhada as well as his reputation.....
But a bigger challenge lay ahead---that of Karim Lala and his pathans live Alamzeb and Amirzada Pathan.....A slender konkani muslim would have to fight out the might and cruelty of the pathans....

But all that lay ahead ; for now Dawood was happy to turn the tables on a police inspector who was hoping to use him and make the inspector his lackey instead.....

All this was happening in the muslim quarter of Mumbai---Dongri . For now Dawood was content to be in Dongri . New horizons beckoned---like Dubai.....and far into the future lay Karachi.....
But the road from Dongri to Dubai to Karachi would prove to be a long and momentous one---in fact I haven't reached that part of the book yet.....but when I do , rest assured that I will take you on that journey too....

For now , I have to stop this ashdoc review here.....will continue later....

......signing off for now....
---ashdoc .
 

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A terrorist is living a lavish life in porkistan..........it only proves that indian intelligence is in cable of hitting him even in karachi

aur in do kaudi ke journalists ko sabse pehle kese pta lag jata h
 

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It is the biggest slap to Indian intelligence if he dies a natural death. If they cannot get a guy (among others like Masood Azhar) are we supposed to believe they are going to liberate Balochistan lol.
 

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Some times the it is best that everything seems natural
 

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Looks like some one fed him a polonium sandwich, it might by Mr.MM defection at IGI ....connection
 

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Bc kab marega yeh Pig.. i want to see him perish before my lifetime at least .. Need to die a pigs death

New Delhi
: One of the world’s most wanted men and fugitive Mumbai underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is in critical condition in Karachi after he suffered a heart attack, sources told CNN-News18.

However, his top lieutenant Chota Shakeel told CNN-News18 over phone -- another fugitive from Indian law, he too is believed to be in Karachi -- that Ibrahim was perfectly fine and sought to dismiss all rumours.

According to Indian intelligence sources, Dawood's movement was last reported on April 19 when he attended a dinner party at his son-in-law's residence in Karachi

CNN-News18 had reported last year that Dawood has crippling gangrene in his legs and was receiving treatment at his posh residence in the upscale Clifton neighbourhood of Karachi, sources said.

Sixty one-year-old Dawood is wanted in India for organising and financing the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts that left 257 dead and 717 injured. The blasts were carried out with the help of his subordinates, Tiger Memon and Yakub Memon. In July 2015, Yakub Memon was hanged to death for this crime, while Dawood and Tiger are still free.

Indian intelligence sources believe news about Dawood’s latest medical condition is being kept a secret by Pakistan, which has always denied that he lives in that country. They believe there would be no official announcement in case he dies because it would be difficult for Pakistan to admit his presence in Karachi.

Dawood fled to Dubai in the 1980s after the Mumbai Police crackdown on the underworld, and left for Pakistan under the protection of the country’s intelligence agency ISI.

Dawood's presence in Pakistan is the world's most open secret. A few journalists have claimed to have met the underworld don, but none have ever written about those meetings.

The last exhaustive account of Dawood's life in Pakistan appeared in a Karachi-based magazine Newsline in the year 2001. The reporter Ghulam Hasnain was reportedly harassed by the ISI and the Pakistani Army over the article, which busted Islamabad's links with Dawood. The magazine's website doesn't have a link to that story now.


File photo of Dawood Ibrahim's residence (circled) in the posh Clifton neighbourhood in Karachi, Pakistan.

If Hasnain's account is to be believed, Dawood, then a 46-year-old, led a very colourful life. Hasnain wrote that Dawood lived like a king in a palatial house spread over 6,000 square yards, with swimming pool, tennis courts, snooker room and a high-tech gym. He wore designer clothes, owned top of the line Mercedes cars and four-wheel drives.

Having fled India, Dawood established his own underworld in Karachi, and expanded the D-company's global empire. He ran a multimillion dollar betting and match-fixing racket in cricket. Pakistan's most powerful including political leaders and top cricketers queued up to be feted by him.

The legends are many and at one point he was said to have bailed out the Pakistan Central Bank.

Pakistan not only gave Dawood shelter, but also a conducive hunting ground for his criminal network. Pakistani hitmen hired by Dawood, Hasnain's article said, attempted to kill his earlier No. 2 Chhota Rajan at his flat in Bangkok.

ALSO READ: 23-Year Pak Lie Exposed: Watch Video of Dawood's House in Karachi

The hitmen went with a birthday cake to wish Rajan on his birthday, but managed to kill only his aide and wife. The shooting was later depicted in detail in a Bollywood film 'Company' believed to be based on the lives of Dawood and Rajan.

Bitter rivals today, Dawood and Rajan built the D-company toppling the don of Bombay underworld and their mentor Haji Mastan. Together, they rewrote the rules of the underworld, not hesitating to kill their rivals without a blink.

Son of a police inspector, Dawood, built a network of informants in Mumbai Police, which allegedly works to his advantage even today.
He has lived a long life for 61 years, what difference does it make now if he dies of heart attack.

I have never liked the kind of caricaturing that India has done of Dawood as "India's number one enemy".

Nations are known by the enemies they keep and having an individual as the nation's enemy does nothing but elevate his status, and if not caught, then the entire country looks bad. US considered Soviet as their enemy, Pakistan considers India as the enemy, India must have the guts to label Pakistan as the enemy and work on a long term goal to build national consensus to demolish Pakistan and silence the leftys. An individual dies in a few decades regardless of whether you kill him or not.

It's really a shame that the son of a constable is able to hoodwink our intel agencies. I can understand if China is needling us using Maoists, but this bastard is needling us using our own Mumbai police moles. How is it that ISI is able to keep Dawood and Hafiz Saeed safe while India could not protect Bughti? They are sponsoring stone pelting in our area, sending special action groups in salwar kameez to attack our artillery depots. I don't know if we even have any shame left anymore. And there are people peddling the fairy tale that Dawood got heart attack because of supa dupa Raa.

Sharam karlo bhailog. We have been fixated on small tactical issues. We haven't been able to deter the enemy and establish our writ on any larger strategic issue. 100 Afghan soldiers were killed last week, even our army bases were attacked. This level of provocation requires a PNS Mehran type of response to send a message.

If someone wanted, they could have planted C4 at the foundation columns of the hospital and brought it down already instead of leaking it to the Indian media that "enemy number 1" is sleeping peacefully inside. What is the Indian public supposed to do with that information? shall we pray for his good health and long life?

I guess people are just happy with Dawood getting acidity.
 
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Right! Like a cat (pussy) he's got 9 lives. I wonder how many more to go?

Here's his latest pic obtained by one of the news channels....

The same news channel also acquired photos of Myanmar strike, which later turned out to be a photo from a training exercise. I think we are giving too much importance to them by even referring to their profession as journalism. I have friends who have 'done' journalism and work at media houses. These are stupid kids, trust me, you don't have to take them seriously.

Every day they are given a target to write X number of articles, mostly they spend their time scouting other news channels to find "gas cylinder exploded in X colony" type of news, if nothing happens, then they search social media to see what is trending and write about it, if that fails then they go for "A bad man insulted Sonam Kapoor, what she said next will stun you..." clickbait crap.

The slightly less retarded journos get promoted and become heads of their organizations. They get the lumpy assignments like this Dawood Ibrahim thing from their 'source' which is a person from the information and broadcasting ministry. They are given a vague narrative and they have to add pictures, illustrations and create a 1 hour presentation out of it. That is the crap they feed us.

There is very little real investigative journalism, and next to no ethics. These are the people who know where Dawood is, where Hafiz Saaeed is, and how to solve the problem of Global Warming and Wold Hunger. They have the solution to everything, but first please read the important news that they have to share with you "Shah Rukh Khan's son goes to the gym, we can't stop gushing over him..", ohh wait yeah yeah, "Dawood has acidity, he is taking 1 Gelucil daily" and ohh yeah before I forget "Big blow to Modi.."
 

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I heard he was on ventilator last year,,,,,,,,,,,,,

I dont trust this shit
 

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