After Mumbai Police arrested Dawood Ibrahim's nephew Rizwan, he has made stunning revelations to the cops. Republic TV's Dinesh Mourya shared the details of what Rizwan told the Mumbai Police to the cops about Dawood Ibrahim.
As per Mumbai Crime Branch sources to Republic, he has confirmed to the cops that Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan. He has also told the cops that the underworld don is in touch with his family in Mumbai on a regular basis, as per sources. Sources also said that Dawood's wife speaks on the phone with the Kaskar family in Mumbai. His wife exchanges messages between Dawood and Kaskar family, sources said that Rizwan told this to the cops.
In a big development on Wednesday, the Mumbai Police's Anti-Extortion Cell arrested Rizwan while he was trying to flee the country. He was arrested in the night by the police from the Mumbai airport while he was trying to escape the country. Rizwan Kaskar has been arrested in connection to extortion cases against him. The interrogation has been going on.
Rizwan is Dawood's younger brother Iqbal's son. He is currently booked in Thane Jail. Rizwan has alleged links with Ahmed Raza aka Afroz Wadariya, who was arrested by the police earlier on Tuesday, after he was deported from Dubai. Raza was a close aide of underworld don Chota Shakeel and used to handle the hawala transactions for them.
Dawood Ibrahim is wanted in the country for his alleged connection with the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case. He is believed to be in hiding in Karachi, Pakistan. While there have been multiple proofs of his presence in Pakistan, Islamabad has repeatedly denied the presence of the wanted gangster in its soil. Addressing a press briefing earlier in July, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar had slammed Pakistan for its 'cosmetic efforts' to tackle terrorism in their country and not acting upon Dawood Ibrahim."The issue of Dawood Ibrahim's presence in Pakistan is known, and Pakistan's denial about it shows that it is not serious about tackling terror in its soil. I am not aware if this has been communicated through FATF," he had said.