India’s most wanted man — terror don Dawood Ibrahim — is in talks with the BJP-led Central government for his surrender to India, claimed Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray during his debut in the popular social network, Facebook, on Thursday.
The MNS chief also alleged that the BJP government wants to portray the ‘return’ of the 1993 Bombay blast accused as victory of the party.
Thackeray further added, “Dawood is keen to return. But the BJP wants to showcase the don's surrender as their achievement to win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.”
“Dawood Ibrahim is very sick and wanted to come to India so that he can breathe his last here,” said Thackeray.
The MNS chief further added that Dawood is currently in negotiating terms with the Central government.
Dawood is accused of masterminding and carrying out the 1993 Bombay serial blasts in which around 257 people were killed. It is currently believed that India most wanted man is hiding and has setup his base in Karachi from where he is monitoring his terror world.
The MNS chief soon after launching his social networking also said that the BJP had rigged the EVM machines and there is no point in fight the polls.
Thackeray in his debut post on Facebook wrote in Marathi. Within few hours of his debut, the MNS chief’s profile got over 4.39 lakh likes and 4.43 followers.