The police is set to unearth a major nexus between Dawood Ibrahim and politicians from both Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. The police had recently arrested Tariq Parveen, a close aide of Dawood in connection with the murder of two cable operators.
The proceeds that the Dawood Ibrahim syndicate has earned from drug proceeds have been used to diversify the business. They traffic weapons, counterfeit DVDs and also provide financial services through their vast hawala network.
Taking the fight to Dawood Ibrahim was important. The don’s biggest strength has been his money and lavish properties that he owns across the world. He has been an asset for the ISI primarily for this reasons and several intelligence reports have indicated clearly that the money that Dawood raises is used to fund terror related activities. Here is an exclusive OneIndia investigation which shows how India took the fight to Dawood Ibrahim and broke his syndicate.
With Chhota Shakeel dead is Dawood Ibrahim planning an exit from Pakistan? While it was stated that he was planning to move out of Pakistan and return to India, the don may have other plans.
The timing of an audio clip being released suggesting that Dawood Ibrahim’s close aide Chhota Shakeel may be dead is quite interesting. There has been no confirmation or denial by the central agencies who say that they are looking into the issue in-depth.
There are reports doing the rounds that Dawood Ibrahim’s closest aide Chhota Shakeel is dead. A report in the Hindustan Times said that Shakeel had died in January and there were two versions to the story.
On Wednesday, there were reports that Dawood Ibrahim’s most trusted aide Chhota Shakeel had broken away from the D-Syndicate. A day later Shakeel denied the development and said that he is with Dawood.
Is there a split in the D Gang. A recent development reported by the Indian intelligence agencies suggests that Dawood Ibrahim’s trusted man, Chhota Shakeel has moved away from the Clifton residence where the don stays.
The scanner is on the Angadias following an expose that suggested huge sums of black money was being brought in for the Gujarat elections. With the Election Commission capping the expenditure at Rs 28 lakh per candidate, many are relying heavily on black money.