NIA arrested two people in connection with D-company

New Delhi/Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two people in the case related to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, D-Company. The names of the suspected accused are Arif Abubakar Sheikh (59) and Shakeel Sheikh alias Chhota Shakeel (51). Both will be produced in the special NIA court. in fact recently The NIA had raided […]
 


NIA arrested two people in connection with D-company

New Delhi/Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two people in the case related to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, D-Company. The names of the suspected accused are Arif Abubakar Sheikh (59) and Shakeel Sheikh alias Chhota Shakeel (51). Both will be produced in the special NIA court. in fact recently The NIA had raided 29 locations linked to Dawood Ibrahim’s associates. The agency had questioned 15 people before that.

After the search operation, the NIA had said that the case pertains to the international terrorist network and criminal activities of D Company including Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar and Haji Anees, Shakeel Sheikh, Javed Patel and Tiger Memon. The NIA had said that the criminals have been booked for arms smuggling, terrorism, money laundering besides plying of fake Indian currency notes. Apart from this, the case also pertains to unauthorized possession of key properties for terror fund raising and working in active cooperation with international terrorist organization including Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Al Qaeda (AQ). is.

During the search, several incriminating material including electronic components, documents of investment in immovable property, cash and firearms were seized. At the same time, a senior Home Ministry official said that in late January and early February, it was decided to freeze all activities of D Company in India, especially in Mumbai.

The official said, the NIA was entrusted with the task of campaigning against the D company, while all other central agencies would support the NIA. Let us inform that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered a case against former Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik in the Dawood Ibrahim money laundering case in recent days.