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Sources Verify Dawood Ibrahim Is Not Hospitalised or Poisoned

Sources Verify Dawood Ibrahim Is Not Hospitalised or Poisoned

Reports circulating that underworld boss Dawood Ibrahim was poisoned and ended up in the hospital in Pakistan have been flatly refuted by trustworthy intelligence sources. These sensational reports, which first appeared on social media on December 17, spurred a lot of speculation but have since been formally refuted as unfounded.

Following the posting of a late-night video by a Pakistani YouTuber speculating about Ibrahim’s poor health based on unconfirmed social media posts, the rumours gathered steam. Notably, the YouTuber went on to connect these claims to a brief internet outage in Pakistan, accusing the country of targeting Ibrahim in both instances.

However, the issue has been explained immediately by reliable sources from India and Pakistan. They affirm that the connectivity issues had nothing to do with anything involving Ibrahim and were only caused by a planned virtual meeting of the opposition Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party.

Furthermore, intelligence sources claim that Ibrahim is not hospitalised or poisoned. They’ve brushed these claims off as idle gossip and advised people to exercise cautious when believing unreliable information they find online.

This episode serves as a reminder of the perils of false information and the value of finding trustworthy sources for news and updates. In the era of social media, it is essential to assess material carefully before sharing or promoting it, particularly when discussing sensitive topics like purported criminal conduct.



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