Dawood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Kaskar detained in extortion case

Iqbal Kaskar arrested in connection with an extortion case

Pakistan-based underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's younger brother Iqbal Kaskar was picked up by the Thane police on charges of extortion, on Monday night. On receiving information and complaint, Sharma and his team acted on it, arrested Kaskar on Monday, who is now under interrogation with anti extortion cell officials at Thane.

"This irked the builder", said a police officer requesting anonymity.

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Going back to the 2015, Dawood's brother, Kaskar, was arrested for the extortion case, but later granted bail. Preliminary reports revealed that Kaskar came on police's radar after the property developer lodged a complaint of him demanding more. One of them had been arrested in an abetment to suicide case two years ago. "We will produce him before the court on Tuesday", said a source on condition of anonymity. Iqbal Kaskar was picked up from his Mumbai residence. After studying the complaint and the evidence on hand, Singh directed Sharma to proceed further with the investigation.

Kaskar had been deported to India from the United Arab Emirates in 2003. Later Sharma was arrested in the fake encounter of suspected Chhota Rajan gang member Lakhan Bhaiya and was later discharged from the case. However, he was acquitted in both the cases in 2007. Iqbal Kaskar initially used to stay, with wife Rizwana Hasan and his children, only at his constable father's house in Dambarwala building in Pakmodia Street.

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