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Why can't India get Dawood, ask netizens

delhi Updated: May 02, 2011 16:26 IST
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Cyber users have come together to hail the killing of the 9/11 attacks' mastermind Osama bin Laden and have demanded elimination of India's most wanted criminal Dawood Ibrahim, who is allegedly living in Pakistan.

Scores of pages and communities on social networking site facebook were set up by surfers and several tweets were pouring on micro blogging portal twitter to praise US President Barack Obama for killing the al Qaeda chief.

"Good Luck Osama...!!! why can't u take Dawood with U," said a user on facebook. "Burn in the depths of hell," said Rich van Oordt commenting on a status.

"I am so happy this madman is finally dead. To do what he did, this guy (and anybody for that matter) deserves what he got and that is to rot... To whoever soldier (or soldiers) accomplished doing this fantastic mission I applaud you. This is the best news I have ever heard in my life. USA rules. The greatest country in the entire world," said Shane Meritt, a facebook user.

Almost 10 years after the 9/11 terror strike, al Qaeda mastermind bin Laden was killed by US forces this morning after being hounded in a special operation in Abbottabad in Pakistan.

Surfers uploaded Osama's photos and demanded that today be made an 'international holiday' to celebrate the victory of the US forces.

"Should be an international holiday!!rot in hell," commented Puneeta Mann. "He (Osama) is dead! He didnt kill anyone in my family but he is the worst!," said another user.

"Surely US would have wanted Osama alive not dead. Something wrong. Hope Indian Govt gets Dawood alive. If they have nothing 2 hide," said noted film director Shekhar Kapoor in his tweets.

"Dear Govt of India, in the middle of your bickering with Pakistan, I have two words for you: DAWOOD IBRAHIM," tweeted actor Ranvir Shorey.

"Lets go after the others now," added Manisha Verma.