An SMS was purportedly sent from the cell phone of Chhota Shakeel, a close aide of fugutive mob boss Dawood Ibrahim, to a senior Tihar jail official threatening to eliminate Chhota Rajan.
Firm in British Virgin Islands linked to ‘property’ deals
Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan had alleged that PM Narendra Modi met Dawood Ibrahim at Pakistan Prime Minister’s house in Lahore on December 25.
While BJP attacked Khan, even a Congress spokesperson attached no importance to it saying it cannot be believed.
BJP’s Sudhanshu Mittal asked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to “immediately” dismiss the minister.
Ram Gopal Verma is all set to direct his next Hindi movie based on the rivalry between Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Rajan.
Balakrishnan had to give the first installment of Rs 30 lakhs of the total bid of Rs 4.28 crores to gain control of the property previously owned by fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim.
“Will Dawood Ibrahim be given to India after today’s meeting (between Modi and Sharif)? If this happens, we welcome this visit,” Sena spokesman Sanjay Raut said in Mumbai.
At an auction of Dawood’s properties held in Mumbai on December 9, right-wing Hindu leader Chakrapai bid successfully for the green Hyundai Accent car for a mere Rs 32,000.
S Balakrishnan, a former journalist, bid Rs 4.28 crore at a closed-door auction at Hotel Diplomat Wednesday.
The auction will take place in Hotel Diplomat in South Mumbai.
Earlier, Home Minister Rajnath Singh had told the Parliament that the government would leave no stone unturned in bringing back Dawood.
Mahavir Building, with 315 tenements, is currently preparing for redevelopment and most of the occupants have vacated their flats. Developers Satra Properties have already begun demolition work.
Gangster killed in Mangaluru jail was accused in crimes ‘coordinated from Saudi Arabia’, allegedly linked to Chhota Shakeel’s men.
Yusuf was arrested in July 2010 at Riyadh in Saudi Arabia with the help of Interpol and Ganesh Shetty was arrested in Mangaluru by the CCB police in March, 2010.