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Mumbai attacks masterminds enjoyed 5-star hospitality in Pakistan: India at UN

In August 2020, Pakistan acknowledged Ibrahim's presence on its land for the first time as the government imposed sweeping sanctions on 88 banned terror groups and their leaders, including the name of the underworld don wanted by India.

Source: UN

India at the United Nations said that the crime syndicate responsible for the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts was not just offered state protection, but it also enjoyed five-star hospitality, in a veiled allusion to the D-company head Dawood Ibrahim believed to be hiding in Pakistan.

India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador T S Tirumurti said, "the International Counter-Terrorism Conference 2022 organized by the Global Counter-Terrorism Council that links between terrorism and transnational organized crime must be thoroughly recognized and addressed vigorously."

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