Dawood Ibrahim Forms ‘Ladies Wing’ to Target Rich and Famous Women of Business World

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Dawood Ibrahim Forms ‘Ladies Wing’ to Target Rich and Famous Women of Business World

According to sources in Maharashtra Police, members of this newly formed 'ladies wing' keep their boss informed about every detail concerning the economic background of their target.

New Delhi, Dec 7: India’s most wanted fugitive underworld don – Dawood Ibrahim – has gone against the ‘rules’ of the crime world to form a ladies wing to target rich and famous women from the business world. According to sources, Dawood has constituted a special team in his D-Company to extort money from women.

According to sources in Maharashtra Police, members of this newly formed ‘ladies wing’ keep their boss informed about every detail concerning the economic background of their target. They revealed that Dawood’s trusted aide Chhota Shakeel has given the responsibility of this team to one of his close confidante named Usman.

Police and other investigating agencies, which keep a tab on the D-Company, recently intercepted a few calls of this gang which revealed how the members use codewords such as “queen” and “begum” to identify their targets from the business world. (Also Read: Is Dawood Suffering From Depression After Sole Son Becomes Maulana in Karachi?)

“The revelation is quite shocking. I had never heard something like during my stint in the police force. It is evident from these details that Dawood is now desperate to keep his extortion business floating,” former IPS officer PK Jain told Zee Media.

FIR Against D-Company

The D-Company’s ladies wing was uncovered recently when a woman approached Khar Police claiming she was being threatened by members of the underworld to give them Rs 1 crore or face severe consequences.  (Also Read: Iqbal Kaskar Reveals Pak’s ISI Won’t Let Dawood Ibrahim to Return to India)

FIR

The woman told the police that she has received multiple calls from Pakistan-based numbers. The complainant alleged that the caller used to identify himself as a member of the Dawood Ibrahim gang and demanded Rs 1 crore.  (Also Read: Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, Changed Location Four Times Since 2014: Iqbal Kaskar)

Police said an FIR has been registered against and the matter is being investigated.