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India asks Pak to hand over Dawood

India Saturday asked Pakistan to hand over the “country’s most wanted” and 1993 Mumbai blasts’ mastermind Dawood Ibrahim, while the Congress said it was time for the Narendra Modi government to “walk the talk” and sought to know what it had done so far. 

“He is the most wanted... India has asked Pakistan to hand him over... you just wait,” union Home Minister Rajnath Singh told reporters here.

India has made this demand to Pakistan many times earlier also but Pakistan had denied his presence in the country. However, Dawood, listed as an international terrorist, has reportedly been caught on tape by a western intelligence agency talking to one of his associates from Pakistan’s Karachi city.

Reacting to the home minister’s statement, Congress leader Manish Tiwari sought to know what the government headed by the Bharatiya Janata Party, which had raised the issue frequently while in the opposition, had done about getting Dawood. 

“So what is this government is doing about it? When they were in the opposition they used to do a lots of chest thumping about how they would use diplomacy.” 
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