New Delhi: Fearing Narendra Modi, India's most-wanted don, Dawood Ibrahim, has relocated himself to an unknown location close to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, which is under the Taliban.
The report says that Dawood is apprehensive of Modi's intention and feras a commando style operation, similar to the US raid in Abbottabad, which killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Fearing this, the underworld don has changed his base and asked the Pakistan's ISI to enhance his security.
It's not only Dawood who has done the vanishing act, even many members of his gang in Mumbai have pulled out of the metropolis.
Though the police is under the Congress-NCP-led Maharashtra government, central agencies can pick up people suspected of links with terror networks and organised crime.
Former director of Intelligence Bureau Ajit Doval yesterday met PM-elect Modi and gave him a brief on security challenges facing the country.
Modi is expected to seek help of 69-year-old Doval, who gave an insight to the BJP leader about the threats that exist within and from outside the country.