Maharashtra: Gangster Chhota Rajan can be heard today by CBI court

Mumbai: Special CBI court of Mumbai can sentence gangster Chhota Rajan today. In fact, in 2015, Chhota Rajan has been accused of threatening Panvel's builder Nandu Wajekar for seeking extortion money of 26 crores. In this case, he can be punished in the same case today. In fact, in 2015, Nandu Wajekar bought land in Pune and due to this, it was decided to pay a commission of 2 crore rupees to agent Parmanand Thakkar (wanted).

At the same time, Thakkar asked for more money which Vajekar did not want to give. Thakkar then approached Chhota Rajan and threatened to recover more than two crore rupees by threatening the builder. After knowing the matter, Chhota Rajan sent some of his men to Wajekar's office and started threatening him. His people demanded 26 crores from Wajekar in return for two crores and also threatened to kill Vajekar. Fearing all these threats, Wajekar complained to the Panvel police, after which the police had registered a case of extortion.

The four accused in the case are Suresh Shinde and Laxman Nikam alias Dadaya Sumit Vijay Matre and Chhota Rajan. According to reports, the police is still searching for agent Parmanand Thakkar in this case. The police have CCTV footage of the builder's office, making it clear that the accused went to his office.

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