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Interpol says Chhota Rajan to be deported to India tonight

Dreaded Mumbai gangster Chhota Rajan will be deported from Indonesia on Tuesday night, the Interpol said.

“Clearance has come, by tonight he will be out,” an Interpol official said. In an explosive claim earlier, Rajan alleged that some officials in the Mumbai Police are working with India’s most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim.

The final lap of Rajan’s deportation process to India began today as the Denspar Immigration Chief along with the Jakarta Interpol are questioning him at the Bali Police Headquarters. According to immigration sources, the time of Rajan’s deportation will be made clear by the Interpol after they quiz him and a final clearance is issued.

Indian fugitive Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje, known in India as "Chotta Rajan," center, is escorted by plain-clothed police officers for questioning in Bali, Indonesia, Thursday, Oct 29, 2015. The alleged organized crime boss, wanted for alleged involvement in several mafia killings and other major crimes in his homeland, was arrested Sunday after arriving at Bali's airport from Sydney based on information from Interpol and Australian authorities. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)

The six-member joint team from the Mumbai crime branch, Delhi Police special cell and the CBI presently in Indonesia is carrying all the relevant documents needed for Rajan’s deportation, including his crime history and a court warrant against him.


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