NEW DELHI: On Wednesday Gangster Chhota Rajan has conveyed Delhi court that he was given a false passport by Indian intelligence agencies who he was serving "fight alongside terrorists." On Wednesday Rajan has also conveyed the court via video conference from Delhi's Tihar Jail, where he is arrested that, he was given a passport in the name of Mohan Kumar, as don Dawood Ibrahim's men were annoying to murder him in Bangkok 16 years ago.
Chhota Rajan has also further conveyed that, I have been concerned in fighting next to terrorists and those anti-India forces who are bent upon destroying our nation and killing innocent citizens… I cannot name people who have helped me or to whom I have complete help to in the fight alongside terrorism in national interest. The gangster, who was detained previous year in Indonesia subsequent to 25 years on the run, was recording his declaration as an indicted in a fake passport case next to him and three previous passport representatives.
He thorough a cross country-chase by "the henchmen of Dawood Ibrahim following they came to know that I was providing information to Indian agencies about the perpetrators of the 1993 Mumbai blasts." They had snatched his original passport in Dubai, supposed Rajan, whose real name is Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje.
He has also further conveyed the court that he has been "working continually for my nation and fighting those persons who want to destroy our country" since the 1993 blasts which killed 257 people in Mumbai. To do that, he conveyed, he had to "keep my individuality secret so that I can help those people who are concerned in the protection of our territory."
Dawood Ibrahim, India's most required, is accused of plotting the 1993 serial blasts. He is also accused of masterminding other terror attacks and faces numerous charges of money laundering and extortion. India and the US also accuse Dawood of financing terror groups including al Qaeda and Lashkar-e-Taiba. The Delhi court has charged Rajan with cheating, forgery and criminal conspiracy in the passport case.