It seems that the India Today group has accessed call records of four landline numbers registered at underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s Karachi mansion. The call records are of a seven-month period from September 2015 to April 2016, and the report claims that the underworld don was in touch with some Indian politicians as well.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Analysis of the numbers reveal that the don’s family has been calling India frequently. The call details were allegedly made available to India Today by a Vadodora-based ethical hacker Manish Bhangale and his partner Jayant Shah. The numbers reportedly belong to the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) and bills have been generated for these numbers till March 2016.The media house reported that one of the numbers belonged to a senior Maharashtra leader from a major political party but declined to name him.
ALSO READ Dawood Ibrahim is perfectly fit: Chhota Shakeel responds to reports about don’s ailment Ethical hacker Manish Bhangale was quoted saying by India Today: “I was able to get the call records of the telephone numbers registered at Dawood Ibrahim’s address by hacking into the website of PTCL and typing in the Customer Identity and Exchange Code for the telephone numbers that were registered in Mehjabeen Shaikh’s name. The public directories of Pakistan also show that these numbers are registered at the same Clifton address. Dawood does not have telephone connections in his own name. All the connections are in the name of his wife.”The 66-year-old is wanted in connection with the 1993 serial blasts which led to 257 deaths and 717 injuries. While one of his associates, Yakub Memon was hanged in July 2015, his brother Tiger is still at loose.


Dawood calls hacked: Media report claims underworld don in touch with Maharashtra politician