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Dawood Ibrahim still in Pakistan, hosts son's wedding in Karachi
The marriage of the son of India's most wanted fugitive -- Dawood Ibrahim -- in Karachi, which took place on September 25, was a grand affair.
Headlines Today accessed the details of the gala wedding.
Despite being wanted by the government of India and the Interpol, Dawood has never been shy about showing off his wealth. In a show of extravagance, he married off his son Moin to the daughter of a London businessman on September 23. He was himself present at the function.
Moin married Saniya in the presence of around 2,000 guests at Dawood's Karachi mansion, called the White House. Pakistan's who's who was present at the function. The fact was merrily shared with Headlines Today by Dawood's closest aide and sharpshooter Chhota Shakeel, who too was present at the wedding.
Headlines Today: Can you tell us what happened at the wedding, who attended it? Chhota Shakeel: It was a huge gathering. It will take at least 4-5 hours to name everyone who attended the wedding. Like I said, the groom's father was present.
Headlines Today: Was the wedding done on a huge scale? Chhota Shakeel: Obviously. Headlines Today: About how many guests had come to the wedding? Chhota Shakeel: Whose son is he? Obviously the scale of the wedding was huge.
Headlines Today: That's true. And how many guests had attended? Chhota Shakeel: At least 1,500 to 2,000 guests were there.
Headlines Today: Ok. Who is the girl? Can you tell us about her? Chhota Shakeel: The girl is from London and she is the daughter of a big businessman. They live in London.
Headlines Today: Ok. What does the girl do? Chhota Shakeel: She is studying.
Headlines Today: Ok. What is Moin doing these days? Chhota Shakeel: Moin is also studying now.
Headlines Today also spoke to Dawood's brother Anees Ibrahim about Saniya.
Headlines Today: Does she have an engineering background? Aness Ibrahim: Yes.
Headlines Today: What about the girl's parents, do they stay in London? Aness Ibrahim: Yes.
Headlines Today: Will Moin also stay in London now? Aness Ibrahim: Yes.
Headlines Today: So, it was a grand wedding? Aness Ibrahim: Yes.
Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/dawood-ibrahim-son-moin-ibrahim-marriage/1/152976.html