New Delhi, Sep 7: At the Indo-US 2+2 dialogue there was a major development relating to Dawood Ibrahim. The United States agreed to help India track down Dawood Ibrahim, who is currently hiding in Pakistan.
New Delhi, Aug 22: There is more than what meets the eye in the arrest of Jabir Moti, the chief financial manager of Dawood Ibrahim. This arrest made in London only goes on to show the increasing rift in the D-syndicate, which had begun with a succession battle between Dawood brother Anees Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel.
Mumbai, July 18: A property belonging to Dawood Ibrahim will be up for auction on August 9. The reserve price for the property situated on Pakmodia Street is Rs 79.43 lakh.
New Delhi, July 16: Pakistan used fake documents to secure the custody of a Indian terrorist from UAE. Sources in the intelligence tell OneIndia that it had learnt that the documents that Pakistan produced while securing the custody of Dawood Ibrahim aide and wanted terrorist, Farooq Devdiwala were fake.
Mumbai, July 16: The cops have achieved a major break-through in the mysterious AK-56 case which was found in the possession of a Dawood Ibrahim henchman. During the interrogation of Naeem Fahim, he confessed that the AK-56 found at his home was part of the same consignment that was brought in during the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.
There was some disturbing news that has come from Uttar Pradesh with several MLAs in the Yogi Adityanath government getting threat calls. Preliminary investigations have shown that the call was being made by a man claiming to be an aide of Dawood Ibrahim.
Dawood Ibrahim has prepared a will. The same was readied by his lawyers and this revelation was made by his brother Iqbal Kaskar who is being interrogated by the Anti Extortion Cell in Mumbai in connection with an extortion case.
New Delhi: On July 19 2017, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) received a message from the Interpol that the authorities in Dubai had agreed to extradite Farooq Takla, a close aide of Dawood. The CBI was all smiles as it was set to get its man it had been on the lookout for over 20 years.
It is well-known fact that both Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and his National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had played a crucial role in squeezing the Dawood empire. The visit to Dubai was a turning point and the country which was once a safe hub for Dawood had turned unfriendly due to diplomacy.
New Delhi: The deportation of Farooq Takla, a Dawood Ibrahim aide and accused in the Mumbai 1993 serial blasts is a huge diplomatic victory for India. There was a red corner notice issued against him in 1995 and it took over 20 years for him to be brought down to India.
Farooq Takla a key aide of Dawood Ibrahim who was arrested on Thursday facilitated the escape of several accused following the 1993 MUmbai serial blasts officials said.