A court here Saturday issued fresh directions to initiate property attachment proceedings against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel, in connection with the IPL spot-fixing case.
A Delhi court on Saturday ordered initiation of proceedings for attachment of properties against underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, his aide Chhota Shakeel and three others, who are absconding, in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal case.
The Delhi Police on Monday filed in court a supplementary charge sheet in the IPL spot-fixing case against alleged bookie Chandresh Jain alias Jupiter, who is claimed to be linked with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, and his aide Chhota Shakeel in the organised crime syndicate.
Suspended cricketer Ajit Chandila, arrested in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal, on Monday claimed in a Delhi court that he has been "falsely implicated" in the case and there was no evidence of his alleged links with either underworld don Dawood Ibrahim or Chhota Shakeel.
A three-layered betting syndicate was involved in spot-fixing during the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL-6) with the prime movers being Karachi-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his lieutenant Chhota Shakeel, three months of painstaking investigations by Delhi Police have revealed.
Gangster Abu Salem, who survived a bid on his life in Navi Mumbai`s Taloja jail last month, moved the special TADA court seeking directions to the jail authorities for shifting him to Portugal Embassy in Goa or Delhi.
An alleged associate of underworld don Chhota Shakeel and a businessman were arrested under the stringent MCOCA charges for allegedly threatening Congress MLA Baba Siddiqui over a property dispute, police said on Tuesday.
Delhi Police on Wednesday arrested from Mumbai a bookie named Feroze, who was in direct contact with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim`s right hand Chhota Shakeel, in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal.
The Delhi Police on Friday sought issuance of open non-bailable warrants for fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel in connection with the IPL spot-fixing racket, which it said was being run on their command.
In a sensational twist to the IPL spot-fixing scandal, Delhi Police today said that Sreesanth and two players were acting at the "command" of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Shakeel, among India's most wanted, as it invoked the stringent MCOCA against 23 accused in the case.