In 2015, India had handed over a dossier on Ibrahim to the British government. He is estimated to be worth $6.7 billion while rewards totalling $25million are on offer for his capture, according to Forbes business magazine.
Dawood, the mastermind of the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, appears on UK's latest list of Financial Sanctions Targets.
Dawood is believed to be in Pakistan now and has been closely monitored by India for his complicity in the 1993 serial blasts and other crimes, including conducting terror acts on Indian soil reportedly masterminded by Pakistan's spy agency ISI.
The fourth address on record until past year - House no 29, Margalla Road, F 6/2 Street no 22, Karachi, Pakistan, is no longer part of the records. Besides this, the gangster also owns many other hotels and residential property in the UK.
Property belonging to the fugitive don, Dawood Ibrahim, has been seized in the United Kingdom.
The dreaded gangster also carries a rewards totalling United States dollars 25 million on his head for any information leading to his arrest, according to the Forbes business magazine.
The sanction document reportedly lists three recorded addresses for Ibrahim in Pakistan including one sprawling property called The White House near the Saudi mosque in the seaside suburb of Clifton in Karachi Pakistan, according to The Mirror's reports. Moreover, reportedly, he also holds properties in Essex, central London, and Dartford.
Some of the properties in the city, from where Dawood started his organised crime syndicate, are mired in litigation. The Indian government has maintained that the 61-year-old underworld don, a key accused in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, is in Pakistan and that the neighbouring nation was creating hurdles in getting him back to face the law here. While in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram, Union minister VK Singh was heard telling reporters, "We will not talk about Dawood at all". The list includes 21 of Dawood's aliases including Abdul Aziz, Abdul Hamid, among others.