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Non-bailable warrant against gutkha kings
Vijay Singh in Mumbai | January 14, 2005 22:33 IST
Last Updated: January 14, 2005 23:00 IST
The Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act court has issued non-bailable warrant against J M Joshi and Rasiklal Dhariwal, the proprietors of Goa and Manikchand gutkha respectively, in a case relating to their alleged underworld links.
Warrant has also been issued against Anis Ibrahim Kaskar, brother of gang lord Dawood Ibrahim, and one other person.
The order was issued on December 30, 2004.
Meanwhile, Mumbai police officials are waiting for Joshi and Dhariwal to return to the country so that they can be questioned about their links with Dawood Ibrahim and Anis Ibrahim Kaskar.
The two, who are in Dubai right now, allegedly helped Ibrahim set up a gutkha manufacturing company in Karachi. Dawood is said to be generating a huge income from the company.
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