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Mumbai police loses important case paper related to gangster Chhota Rajan

Chhota-Rajan

Arrested gangsters Chhota Rajan bring back to Delhi. The custody of Rajan and his cases were transferred to CBI from Mumbai cops. Sources claimed that the papers pertaining to at least 10 important cases against him are missing.
Rajan, real name Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje, has over 70 cases pending against him. The Crime Branch started collating these case papers only after he was detained at Indonesia’s Bali airport last week.
The cases against Rajan include murder, attempt to murder, extortion, etc. The first case against him was registered in 1978 at the Tilak Nagar police station.

“As the case has now been transferred to the CBI, Mumbai police will have to hand over all the documents of cases against Rajan,” said a senior official. “If Mumbai Police fails to submit all case papers, serious questions will be raised. An inquiry will be initiated against the concerned police officers.”

According to the CBI, “the officers, who have good information on Rajan during the process, they found that the papers of over 10 cases were missing. The cases are all of a very serious nature. This also includes a very serious and notorious crime.”