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NIA files chargesheet against Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and three others

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday filed a chargesheet against fugitive mafia Dawood Ibrahim, his close aide Chhota Shakeel and three arrested persons in a special court in Mumbai. This information was given by an official. An NIA spokesperson said the chargesheet was filed in a case related to global terrorist network and international organized criminal gang, i.e. D-Company, which is involved in various terrorist and criminal activities in India.

A case under various sections of the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act and the Indian Penal Code was registered at the Police Station NIA Mumbai on February 3 under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act, the spokesperson said.

The three other persons against whom the chargesheet has been filed are Arif Abubakar Shaikh, Shabbir Abubakar Shaikh and Mohammad Salim Qureshi and all of them are residents of Mumbai.

“Investigation has revealed that the accused persons are members of a terrorist gang and an organized crime gang D-Company and conspired to further the criminal activities of the gang by carrying out various types of illegal activities,” the spokesperson said.

The NIA said that they had raised, collected and extorted huge amount of money by intimidating people to further the conspiracy which was for the benefit of D-company and in the present case for the benefit of a terrorist. At the same time it was with the intention of endangering the security of India and to create terror in the minds of the general public.

“It is also learned that the arrested accused persons received huge amount of money through hawala channel, from absconding/wanted accused located abroad, from Mumbai and India with the aim of creating terror in the minds of the people,” the spokesperson said. In other parts, it was for carrying out sensational terrorist/criminal acts.’

The spokesman said that the ‘income from terrorism’ was in the possession of the accused persons.

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