‘ISI keeping Dawood on the move’


Aged don shuttling between Pakistan and Afghan border

Intelligence agencies which keep a hawk’s watch on one of India's most wanted, Dawood Ibrahim, now believe that the fugitive criminal is shuttling between Pakistan and the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The gangster, who was once known for his flamboyant lifestyle, is now battling age-related difficulties and has gone almost bald, The Hindu has learnt.

Sources in the Central agencies say the gangster is on the move and is no more in the confines of his safe haven in Karachi. His close lieutenant, Chotta Shakeel, is always by his side.

Dawood is accused of orchestrating the 1993 Bombay blasts and is wanted in many cases of murder, extortion and threat.

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