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Dawood Ibrahim enjoys ”patronage” in neighbouring country: India

india criticised Pakistan over its continued patronage to terrorism and terrorist organisations at the United Nations Security Council on Thursday, stating that the perpetrator of the 1993 Mumbai blasts Dawood Ibrahim “continues to enjoy patronage in a neighbouring country.” India also mentioned the D-Company, which is headed by Dawood, and highlighted Pakistan’s role in arms trafficking.

India brought Pakistan under the spotlight at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Thursday, 6 August, over its continued patronage to terrorism and terrorist organisations, and also hit out at the neighbouring country for unsuccessfully internationalising the Kashmir issue.

India also said that the perpetrator of the 1993 Mumbai blasts, Dawood Ibrahim, was now living in Pakistan and being harboured by a country that is “a hub for arms trafficking and narcotics trade, along with proscribed terrorist entities”.

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