Dawood Ibrahim's aide Farooq Takla brought to Mumbai after deportation from Dubai

1993 Serial Blasts

Twenty-five years after serial blasts rocked Mumbai, an accused, who was a close aide of chief conspirator and terror kingpin Dawood Ibrahim, has been nabbed by Indian security agencies.

An associate of black market wear and 1993 Mumbai serial impacts charged Dawood Ibrahim has been expelled from Dubai, police said.

Takla will be produced before a TADA court in the city where the invsetigating agencies would seek custody for sustained interrogation, said sources.

The Indian Government issue a Red Corner Notice against him in 1995 after he fled away from the country post-1993 blast.

At least 27 other accused in the 1993 Mumbai blasts, continue to elude and are declared as absconders. He is at present being examined by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in Mumbai.

Dawood Ibrahim's aide Farooq Takla brought to Mumbai after deportation from Dubai

"Evidence against him (Takla) have been there in the record from the confessions of other accused people". The Mumbai born, Takla, was a gangster and was involved with D Company. He is facing charges of Criminal Conspiracy, Murder, Attempt to Murder and voluntarily causing hurt by risky weapons or means and many others according to the Interpol report.

The capture and expelling of Yasin Mansoor Mohamed Farooq is being viewed as a conciliatory triumph for India as a few of the departing suddenly blamed are suspected to have discovered places of refuge in the Dubai and Pakistan.

It is supposed that Takla was managing Dawood's global crime syndicate while in Dubai. According to The Statesman, apart from the Mumbai blast case, he is also wanted in cases like extortion, murder, kidnapping and criminal conspiracy.

In what was described as a "big diplomatic win" for India by a news channel, Takla was deported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Speaking on Dawood Ibrahim's aide Farooq Takla arrest, senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikal said, "This is a huge success".

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