Everyday new revelations are happening in the Underworld Terror Funding case, Crores of rupees were sent from India to Chhota Shakeel to Pakistan

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The probe agency said members of D-Company and people coming to meet Dawood Ibrahim or Chhota Shakeel for business deals do not undergo mandatory security checks.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing the underworld terror funding case. Everyday new revelations are happening in this. The AIA has revealed that India’s most wanted gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company operatives get hassle-free entry at Pakistan’s Karachi airport. The probe agency is questioning the operatives and operatives of D-Company. It is reported that Dawood gang members get special privileges at Karachi airport during check-in and check-out and even they do not have to go to immigration counters. Follow necessary safety protocols. The NIA probing terror funding cases involving Dawood Ibrahim and his syndicate has further revealed that D-Company operatives get special privileges at Pakistan’s Karachi airport.

The probe agency said members of D-Company and people coming to meet Dawood Ibrahim or Chhota Shakeel for business deals do not undergo mandatory security checks. They get hassle free access to VIP lounges at the airport and other destinations where they are bound to meet dreaded gangsters. During interrogation by the NIA, it has come to know that between 2017 and 2018, 16 to 17 crore rupees were sent from India to Chhota Shakeel in Pakistan. During interrogation, it was revealed that Arif Bhaijaan, arrested in the case, had taken Rs 16-17 crore in 2018 in the name of helping a builder in his ongoing projects in Andheri area and Kalachowki area of ​​Mumbai.

Fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s second wife is Pakistani and he lied about divorcing his first wife, his nephew has told the National Investigation Agency probing the case linked to a global terror network and a criminal syndicate. Is.

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