United Kingdom government seizes properties of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim

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He is estimated to be worth $6.7 billion while rewards totalling $25million are on offer for his capture, according to Forbes business magazine.

Dawood appeared on the UK Treasury department's "Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions Targets in the UK" updated, with three recorded addresses in Pakistan, where he is reportedly based.

The sanctions prohibit the transfer of funds to anyone on the list and freezes any assets the targets may hold in the UK. It is a criminal offence to breach a financial sanction.

Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar owns a hotel in Warwickshire and other residential properties across the Midlands. Notably, investigators from India visited the Midlands, back in 2015 to identify properties that belonged to Dawood Ibrahim.

According to the Birmingham Mail, Dawood's Midlands properties has been under scanner of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for a long time.

Dawood is also reported to have properties in Dartford and Essex and in central London. The government listed Ibrahim's 21 aliases and three recorded addresses in Pakistan, as well.

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"We do hope that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi had gone to Lahore to meet Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif he would have raised the issue of Dawood Ibrahim and other criminals who are being sheltered in Pakistan that they be extradited to India", he added. Moreover, it also includes a list of 21 pseudonyms used by him. However, the UAE government dismissed such reports, and denied having any information about the raids. Dawood Ibrahim is accused of the horrendous 1993 blasts and also responsible for masterminding many other dastardly crimes before and after that. Post the bombings, he fled the country and is understood to be hiding in Pakistan.

His place of birth is recorded as Kher, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, and with a recorded Indian passport, his nationality is listed as "Indian". Dawood also possesses a string of Indian and Pakistani passports, he acquired illegally and misused to float aliases.

Times Now first reported that a massive crackdown has been initiated by the United Kingdom government against Ibrahim, who is nearly certainly based in Pakistan despite that country's denials.

A fortnight ago, former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf hinted that fugitive underworld don is in Karachi.

Even as India's Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir welcomed the development, opposition Congress welcomed the development but said it was a litmus test for the Indian government to bring him back.

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