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Dawood associates summoned by Mumbai Crime Branch

Mumbai, Oct 6 (UNI) The city's Crime Branch has undertaken a major investigation after cops found evidence suggesting that fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his close aide Chhota Shakeel were planning something big for the city.
Cops have been intercepting calls and conversations over the last few days and all close 'D' gang members have been summoned by the Crime Branch, with more to be called in for detailed questioning in the days to come.
According to sources in city Crime Branch, on Thursday and Friday, Meer Arif Alam Baig, Tariq Parveen and Omar Bawa alias Umar Kalia were called by Crime Branch.
The questioning happened based on some intelligence inputs that suggested Dawood and Shakeel were planning to land major consignments along the Mumbai coast.
Few people, namely Arif Bhaijaan, Salim Qureshi, Altaf Khan, Mohammad Junaid Khatri and Hanif Mota, have already been questioned.
They are allegedly close aides of Chotta Shakeel or relatives of Dawood.
City police have been tracking these men and their activities for the last month and half.
A week ago, two conversations between Dawood's younger brother Anees Ibrahim, with one of his operatives were picked up. The conversation was in a code language but it seemed as if the message being relayed was about a big job in Mumbai.
Two new numbers of Anees' gang are now being tracked by the city Crime Branch.
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