Gangster Nayeem proposes, but God disposes

God decided the fate of naxalite turned gangster Nayeemuddin, who was shot dead in an alleged encounter on Monday morning at Shadnagar in Mahabubnagar district, in different way though the latter planned in another way. Nayeemuddin was decided to go underground after earning Rs 200 crore more within two months.


The police were found shocking details about dreaded Nayeemuddin in the interrogation of his family members. Nayeemuddin used to purchase minor girls and he used to sell them to gangs after utilizing them for his sexual needs. He also given training to the girls in sharp shooting and assigned them to look after the responsibility of his dens. The gangster was threatening industrialists, public representatives and businessmen to collect hundreds of crores of money within two months and later he wanted to go underground. He also indulged in bettings to fulfill his target.


It is learnt that the police seized 137 documents pertaining to properties worth Rs 1680 crore at his Narsingi residence. The police also found 430 documents with his aunty. Nayeem encroached upon hundreds of acres of land from bigwigs by threatening them. He also collected huge assets in Chatthisgarh and Odisha.


The details of assets of Nayeemuddin are: 69 acres in Kondapur worth Rs 1,000 crore; costly flats at 40 places in Manikonda and Pupplaguda areas worth another Rs 1,000 crore; 500 acre land in Bommalaramaram near Bhongir in Nalgonda district; lands near Airport; Audi car, Honda CRV, Ford Endivor, 1180 square yards sight at NTR Nagar in Saroornagar; land in survey numbers 230/231 at Chinakakani in Guntur district documents seized; land in survey numbers 462, 468 at Attapur; land in Survey number 87 at Kondapur, another plot at Shaikpet; another four plots at Musarabad, 1365 square yards land at Jubilee Hills, 175 plots at Bhongir, and lands at Ghatkesar, Ramanthapur, Gowlipura, Aminpura areas.

The police recovered four pistols, bullet proof jackets, 258 cell phones, diaries, pen drives, hard discs, memory cards and laptops. (NSS)