'When the world can end ISIS, then why not D company?' India asks in the UN
'When the world can end ISIS, then why not D company?' India asks in the UN

Washington: India raised the issue of collusion of international terrorism and organized crime in the United Nations. India said that the biggest example of this alliance is Pakistan and Dawood Ibrahim, who have been hiding in Pakistan since the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts. India has said that when the world can wipe out ISIS on the strength of its will, why can't Dawood Ibrahim and D Company be eliminated.

Talking about cross-border terrorism and crime syndicate, India said that India has been a victim of terror-sponsored cross-border. A statement issued by India said, "India has been the biggest victim of cross-border terrorism, we have suffered the damaging consequences of organized crime and terrorism nexus, this crime belongs to Syndicate D Company, which is gold And smuggled fake notes and in doing so it developed into a terrorist organization and carried out the 1993 Mumbai bombings. "

Pointing clearly to Pakistan, India said that 250 innocent people were killed in this attack, property worth billions of rupees was lost. India said, "The perpetrators of this crime have been sheltered in the neighboring country, which is the center of the arms and drugs trade. There are many terrorists and terrorist organizations flourishing in this country, which the United Nations has banned have make."

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