Dawood’s brother now gives possible addresses of fugitive gangster in Pakistan

A day after Iqbal Kaskar, brother of fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar, told police that his ganster brother is in Pakistan, he is also said to have now given four to five possible addresses of the gangster to the police officials.
Pakistan has consistently been in denial that the global terrorist is holed up there. Kaskar’s claim backs up the dossier India has handed to Pakistan, listing over nine addresses of Dawood in Karachi and other cities.
Kaskar, 60, the only one of Dawood’s brothers to be based in Mumbai now, and two of his aides were arrested on September 18 by the Thane police’s anti-extortion cell, which is investigating an extortion racket that allegedly runs in nexus with some local politicians. Kaskar is also understood to have told the investigators that Dawood has avoided speaking to him and other relatives in India for the past three years over fears of his phone being tapped.

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