Following Indian fugitive Chhota Shakeel's death in January 2017, intelligence agencies in France, Germany, and the US have confirmed that the new boss of the D-Corp headed by India's most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar has now been taken over by his younger brother Anees Ibrahim.
The latest information coming out of from the headquarters of Dawood Ibrahim's core group of gangsters based in Karachi is that his brother Anees will be taking over operations on the 5th of January, 2019, the day before Chhota Shakeel's second death anniversary.
Chhota Shakeel a.k.a Shakeel Babu Miya Shaikh was the Operations Chief and CEO of the D-Corporation.
One of India's most wanted criminals with an Interpol Red-Corner notice issued against his name, Shakeel died of cardiac arrest in Dushanbe, Tajikstan, according to an Indian intelligence officer based in the US.
Indian security agencies need to question their capabilities and seriousness over wanting to bring back fugitives, whom intelligence agencies from Indias' RAW (Research & Analysis Wing) claim are based in Karachi, Pakistan.
Chhota Shakeel, Dawood Ibrahim and Anees Ibrahim were involved in the 1993 bombings that shook the city of Mumbai, killing many innocent people, and are actively involved in extortion, money laundering, and extortion via threat calls.
Reports of Chhota Shakeel's death that appeared in the Hindustan Times in January earlier this year were factually true but were countered instantly by the ruling government and media channels who were paid to ensure that he was kept alive, he adds.
His daughter Zoya, who is married to an American doctor, is under the scanner of the FBI, the DEA and the CIA, and sources from within the DEA add that she might try to change her identity with the help of Pakistan's intelligence agency, the ISI, which continues to provide safe havens for Indian criminals and fugitives across the globe to carry out anti-Indian activities. Zoya Shakeel, a doctor by profession, may attempt to enter the United States since she is married to a doctor based in the United States, whose identity agency sources declined from revealing.
It is about time that the Indian government and its security agencies come clean on this matter and stop the media from running purposeless stories whose only intent seems to be to keep dead men alive instead of launching a serious investigation and making its findings public and misleading them with information that is fictitious.