THANE: Dawood Ibrahim , India's most wanted, is presently in Pakistan , a senior police officer has quoted the don's brother Iqbal Kaskar as saying. Kaskar has given some four-five addresses used by Dawood in the country.Pakistan consistently denies that the global terrorist is holed up there.
THANE/MUMBAI: Fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim 's younger brother Iqbal Kaskar , who was arrested on Monday from his Pakmodia Street residence along with two accomplices - real estate agent Mumtaz Shaikh and one Israr Ali Jamil Sayyad - for issuing extortion threats to a builder is believed to have collected around Rs 100 crore from developers and jewellers in the Thane region in the last three years, a police officer said.Police are also probing the role of two local NCP netas who allegedly...
MUMBAI: Fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim's younger brother Iqbal Kaskar (60) was arrested by the quick response team of Thane police late Monday evening after a builder lodged a complaint of extortion against him.The only one of 11 siblings of Dawood to be currently based in the city, Kaskar was held from his residence at Pakmodia Street by a 40-member team led by ACP Nivrutti Kadam and senior inspector Pradeep Sharma.Police said Kaskar had been threatening builders in the Thane region on...
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