Dawood Trying To Get Terrorist Attacks On India Again

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has made a big disclosure in its charge sheet regarding the terror funding case. NIA has told that Dawood and his associate Chhota Shakeel are once again trying to get terrorist attacks on India. According to the NIA, Dawood has sent Rs 25 lakh from Pakistan to Dubai via hawala to Surat and then to Mumbai. These rupees have been sent to Arif Sheikh and Shabbir Sheikh. In this way, both have sent Rs 12-13 crore through hawala in the last four years. The witness is a Surat-based hawala operator whose identity has been kept confidential for security reasons. The statement said that during the investigation it has come to light that Rashid Marfani alias Rashid Bhai used to accept hawala money transfer work to send money of wanted gangsters Dawood Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel to India in Dubai.

Apart from Dawood, and Shakeel, there are other names on the charge sheet

Dawood, Shakeel, his brother-in-law Salim Fruit, Arif Sheikh and Shabbir Sheikh have been named in the charge sheet. The last three have been arrested. The NIA, in its charge sheet, explained how 25 lakh rupees were sent from Pakistan to India for terrorist activities. The NIA claimed that Shabbir had kept Rs 5 lakh and gave the rest to Arif in front of a witness. The NIA said it is pertinent to note that Rs 5 lakh was recovered from Shabbir during a search of his house on May 9, 2022.

Many cities were the target of D Company, money was sent to riot

According to the NIA charge sheet filed against D-Company, India’s most wanted terrorist underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is targeted by the country’s big politicians and many big personalities. Not only this, but Dawood had also sent a hefty amount to D Company to organize riots in different cities in India. Among them, India’s capital New Delhi and financial capital Mumbai were on the top list.

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