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Dawood Ibrahim’s Finance Manager Detained in United Kingdom

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London Police has arrested Jabir Moti Chief finance Manager of Under World Don Dawood Ibrahim after getting a tip-off from Indian Security Agency. Earlier, Government Of India has also requested UK authorities to arrest Jabir Moti. It’s a big crackdown by London police, as he is the one who handles most of the financial deals for the kingpin.

 

Jabir Moti, known as Tajir Baba in underworld  who was managing Dawood’s investments in China, Malaysia, UK, UAE, India and other countries, got arrested by officials of the Charring Cross Police Station in London on Friday.

Dawood Ibrahim’s right-hand man Jabir Moti Alias Tajir Baba has been arrested in London with the Tip of indian security agency. The London Police arrested Moti from Hilton Hotel on Friday and later produced him in London Court.

Indian Security agencies also had made requests for Moti’s arrest earlier in UK Goverment on the basis of telephone voice recording. He is allegedly involved in managing financial transaction, property handling, cash transferring  and other criminal activities.

Jabir Siddiq alias Jabir Moti alias Tajir Baba, a close confidant of Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel acts as manager of the ‘D Company’, has been detained by the UK security agencies. The investigators are expected to question him on his association with Dawood, his family members and his henchmen.

Moti, a Pakistani national, is very close to Dawood and wife Mahajabeen, who are presently lodged in the upmarket Clifton locality in Pakistan.

According to sources, Moti is also involved in Dawood’s investments spanning across the Middle East, UK, Europe, Africa, countries of the South East Asia, India and Pakistan. Sources say, most of the returns on Dawood’s investment are used to fund Arms Dealing and Property Dealings across the World.

Moti also looks after Dawood’s other interests like dealing with international builders loby, illegal arms movement, printing of fake currency’s, extortion rackets and the real estate trading business.

Of late, Moti was also looking for dual nationality status in Barabudur and Antigua and Dominican Republic and a permanent resident status in Hungary. Jabir Moti also holds a ten-year visa in UK.

The present round of detention of Jabir Moti Alias Tajir Baba in the UK for questioning is expected to yield vital information on the activities of the D Company members in the UK.

Moti is very closed to Dawood’s Family with his son Moeen Nawaz and daughters Mahrookh, Mehreen and sons-in-law, Junaid (son of former Pak Cricketer Javed Miandad) and Aungazeb.

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Raj Kundra accuses ex-wife of having affair while being married to him

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British-Indian businessman and actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra has claimed in an interview that his ex-wife Kavita allegedly had an affair while she was married to him, with his sister’s husband. He cited the affair as the reason of divorce between him and his first wife.

“We were living in one house with my mum, dad and my sister and her husband had moved over from India to try and settle in the UK. She (ex-wife) grew very close to my ex-brother-in-law spending more and more time with him especially when I was out on business trips. Many of my family and even my driver would say we sense something fishy between these two and I would never believe it. I gave my ex-wife the benefit of doubt…” Kundra told Pinkvilla in an interview.

“The relationship that my wife and ex-brother-in-law Vansh were sharing, going out for work together meeting and sitting in the same room so often, etc. I guess my sister felt it best to move back,” he further told the portal.

Kundra’s allegation comes after an old interview of Kavita went viral, where the ex-wife is seen accusing Shilpa Shetty of breaking her marriage.

Quizzed how his second wife Shilpa has reacted to the resurfaced video, Kundra claimed: “I was very angry. She again said ignore, don’t worry. But I decided enough is enough she is not even aware I have given this interview I am doing this because I think the truth finally needs to be told.”

Kundra has a daughter with his ex-wife, with whom he parted ways in 2006. The businessman married Shilpa in 2009 and the couple has a son and a daughter.

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Dominica High Court denies bail to Mehul Choksi citing him as flight risk

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Indian fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi was on Friday denied bail by the High Court in Dominica, citing him to be a flight risk, local media reported.

According to Antigua News Room, a news outlet in the Caribbean island, it said, “Choksi’s application was denied on the basis that he is a flight risk, he has no ties to Dominica and the court cannot impose any conditions that will assure it that he wouldn’t abscond.”

Choksi was represented by Cara Shillingford-Marsh, Wayne Benjamin Marsh, Wayne Norde and Julien Prevost.

The 62-year-old, who is wanted in India in connection with a massive bank fraud, will appear before court again on Monday on a charge of illegal entry into Dominica.

Choksi denies the charge, and claims he was kidnapped and taken there by force.

The Indian diamantaire had gone missing from Antigua and Barbuda on May 23 sparking a massive manhunt. He was reportedly captured on May 26 in Dominica.

He is being probed in India by the CBI and the ED in the Rs 13,500 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.

He has got interim relief from immediate repatriation to India by the Dominican court.

According to investigative agency sources, the Indian government has filed two affidavits in the Dominica high court establishing Choksi as Indian citizen and the serious nature of the fraud he committed on PNB.

India has also submitted detailed evidences in the affidavits.

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Karnataka police arrests 38 illegal immigrants from Sri Lanka

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In a major crackdown on human trafficking, the city crime branch police have arrested 38 Sri Lankans who had migrated illegally to India.

The arrests were made on Friday, following raids on several locations in Mangaluru and its surrounding localities.

According to Mangaluru police commissioner N. Shashi Kumar, the illegal immigrants had allegedly been promised jobs in Canada, before being trafficked to India. After shipping them from Sri Lanka to Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu on March 17, the traffickers had shifted the immigrants to Karnataka, to evade heightened scrutiny during the Tamil Nadu assembly polls.

In Mangaluru, the illegal immigrants had been claiming to be daily wage workers and fishermen from Tamil Nadu. The police commissioner said that a tip off from Tamil Nadu police, had led to the raids.

Six local persons have also been arrested on charges of sheltering the illegal immigrants.

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