Gangster Dawood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Kaskar was arrested by Thane Police in Mumbai in connection with an extortion case. Since then, Kaskar has been spilling the beans.
Gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s brother Iqbal Kaskar was arrested by Thane Police in Mumbai in connection with an extortion case. Since then, Kaskar has been spilling the beans. He was interrogated by Intelligence Bureau and the Thane police’s crime branch. During the grilling, he has revealed that the fugitive don is in Pakistan. Apart from this he has also provided vital information. Kaskar has also revealed that the two corporators, whose names have cropped up in the extortion racket, had visited his residence last year for a feast. According to report, Kaskar has revealed about Ibrahim’s four addresses in Pakistan.
“When Kaskar was questioned about the role of the two corporators, he told us that the duo had visited him for a ‘daawat’ at his Nagpada residence last year. They had ‘bheja fry’ and had ‘some discussions’. an official said, according to Indian Express report.
Apart from this, Kaskar also told the interrogators that he has spoken with his other brother, Anees Ibrahim, who lives with Dawood, only four or five times in the recent past. It has been learnt that Dawood’s drug business has spread to Africa and even South America, while Kaskar looks after his ‘real estate business’ in Mumbai area, according to the report. Ibrahim is wanted in several cases including the 1993 Mumbai blasts case. The information given by Kaskar will help in the investigation of several cases registered against the members of Dawood gang in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane, the official was quoted as saying by PTI.
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Iqbal Kaskar admits that he was in touch with fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim and was extorting money using his brother’s name pic.twitter.com/i2eYM5qj9a
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The Thane police have so far registered multiple FIRs against Kaskar, and sources said there were indications of more complainants approaching the police, which would lead to an increase in the number of FIRs. Some more arrests were likely in the case, an official said.