Dawood Ibrahim to relocate to safer Syria after Indian Air Force strikes in Pakistan

06, Mar 2019 By Sandeep Kadian

Karachi: After spending close to 2 decades in Karachi, the head of D company and script provider for 100s of Bollywood films, Dawood Ibrahim has decided to shift his base. As per sources, Dawood is planning to relocate to Syria for safety reasons.


After the recent Indian Air Force strikes in Balakot, Dawood is no longer feeling safe in Karachi and has decided to move before any more strikes.

Speaking to Faking News, a close aide of Dawood said, “Bhai was in Pakistan for all these years because they had promised him the best security arrangements but after Balakot, he can no longer trust these arrangements. They had promised world class security to Masood Azhar as well but look what happened, they said they couldn’t do anything because Indian jets came at night. Are these security forces or 9 to 5 clerks?”

Further, he added, “India has already launched one ground strike and one air strike, so logically, Naval strike is next. That makes Karachi a very high-risk area and we can’t afford to expose ourselves to a risk like that. Bhai was thinking about moving back to Dubai but these days, everyone is getting extradited from there to India so we can’t risk it. Syria looks very safe and peaceful at the moment so we will relocate our headquarters there.”

Meanwhile, reacting to this development, Pakistan PM Imran Khan said, “No wanted criminal lives freely in Pakistan so Dawood Ibrahim is obviously not here. Further, I want to reassure Dawood Ibrahim that Pakistan is totally safe country and we guarantee his safety.”

In other news from Pakistan, Hafiz Saeed has supported the nomination of Imran Khan for Nobel peace Prize saying he has been feeling totally at peace ever since Imran became the country’s Prime Minister.