“We hope that Pakistan will heed international opinion on this issue,” External Affairs Ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup said.Pakistan must extradite fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim whom they have provided sanctuary for long, India reiterated on Friday.
“India continues to maintain that it is incumbent upon Pakistan to extradite this global terrorist to whom they have provided sanctuary for a very long period of time to face justice for his many crimes. We hope Pakistan will heed international opinion on this issue,” External Affairs Ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup said.
“We hope that Pakistan will heed international opinion on this issue,” he added.This came after the designated global terrorist’s presence in Pakistan was confirmed by United Nations. Six of nine addresses provided by India were found to be correct by a UN committee.
“What this signifies is that Dawood Ibrahim continues to remain on the designated list as a global terrorist and the 1267 monitoring committee continues to retain his Pakistani passport as a valid document. The UN has also confirmed that he resides in and has properties in Pakistan and the UN continues to keep a regular watch on him,” Swarup said.
The spokesperson also said that apart from the confirmation of his addresses, some other records pertaining to Dawood have also been added, such as his wife’s name, father’s name and several of his aliases.

“He has been traveling under various aliases,” he said.