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On Thursday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) announced a cash reward of Rs 25,00,000/- against the fugitive 'Global Terrorist' Dawood Ibrahim and his close associates.
After her death in 2014, it was occupied by her brother Iqbal Kaskar, who was arrested by Thane police in 2017 in several extortion cases and is currently in prison.
Dawood Ibrahim associate Shaikh Shakeel, and Mohammad Anis Shaikh, Ibrahim Memon alias Tiger Memon and Javed Chikna, accused of involvement in the 1993 Bombay blast cases, are also on the list.
The probe agency told that court that links to diplomatic channels need to be examined further.
The Pakistan government has released a statement on Sunday over the media reports which claimed Dawood to be sheltered in the country by terming such reports as ‘baseless and misleading’.
It has released a list of 88 banned terror groups as part of its efforts to wriggle out of tough financial sanctions.
Reports suggest D-Company boss is currently undergoing treatment in Karachi's military hospital.