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Indian govt claims concrete evidence of Dawood in Pakistan

By NewsGram Staff Writer

Rajnath_Singh_at_Hunkar_Rally_2Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh claimed on Saturday that the Indian government had specific information about Dawood Ibrahim’s presence in Pakistan.

Singh said that India had clarified its stand on terrorism and now it was Pakistan’s turn to spell out their stand on this issue. Addressing a meeting of Bhartiya Janata Party workers, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said that they have concrete information that Mumbai blast accused Dawood is in Pakistan, and even the Pakistan government was aware of this.

Singh said that Dawood was on top of the most wanted list in India, and Pakistan needed to understand that it has to act and not just dish out assurances which are not working on the ground.

The Indian government, Singh said, was sticking to its stand that the talk between the national security advisors of the two countries should focus only and only on terror.

With inputs from IANS



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