Chhota Rajan Alleges Some Mumbai Police Officials Working With Dawood Ibrahim

03/11/2015 11:21 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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Indian national Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje, 55, known in India as Chhota Rajan, is brought out from a holding cell at the Bali police headquarters in Denpasar on Bali island on November 2, 2015. An alleged Indian crime boss wanted in his home country for up to 20 murders has been arrested in Indonesia after two decades on the run, police said October 26. Nikalje had been evading police in several countries for years, with Interpol flagging him as a wanted man back in 1995. AFP PHOTO / SONNY TUMBELAKA (Photo credit should read SONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images)

BALI -- In an explosive claim, arrested underworld don Chhota Rajan on Tuesday alleged that some officials in the Mumbai police are working with India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim.

"Mumbai Police has committed a lot of atrocities on me and I don't trust them. There are some in the Mumbai Police who are working with Dawood. The Delhi government should do justice with me keeping that in mind. I am not scared of Dawood and I will continue fighting against him and terrorism," Rajan told the media.

He also appealed to the Indian Government to do justice with him while asserting that all 'cases' against him are false and baseless.

The deportation process has already begun and the Rajan will be taken to Delhi first.

The six-member joint team from the Mumbai crime branch, Delhi Police special cell and the CBI were at the Bali Police Headquarters yesterday here to meet Rajan and continue the deportation process.

The joint team is carrying all the relevant documents needed for Rajan's deportation, including his crime history and a court warrant against him.

Rajan, one of India's most wanted criminals and a leading figure in the Mumbai underworld, was arrested on October 24.

He is wanted for at least 68 cases in Mumbai alone, including over 20 murder cases and other serious offences under MCOCA, POTA and the Arms Act.

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