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Muhammed Iqbal Memon was an alleged Indian underworld figure, known as the right-hand man of India's most wanted criminal, Dawood Ibrahim, according to various media articles. However, in 1999, all investigations of Iqbal Mirchi were called off for lack of evidence. The Indian government also lost its extradition proceedings against Mirchi.

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Opposition accuses BJP of receiving money from firm under probe for 'terror funding'

The Opposition on Friday accused the BJP of receiving crores in donation from a company being probed by the ED for allegedly buying properties from Iqbal Mirchi, an accused in the 1993 Mumbai bomb..
IndiaTimes - Published

Congress attacks BJP on electoral bonds with Iqbal Mirchi link


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Raj Kundra joins ED probe into alleged business dealings with Iqbal Mirchi, denies having met him

The law enforcement agency had summoned Kudra to join investigation in connection with his links with Mirchi, who was a close aide of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. The businessman said that he..
IndiaTimes - Published

Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra appears before ED for questioning in Iqbal Mirchi case

Kundra was summoned by ED for his alleged business deals a close aide of Iqbal Mirchi.
DNA - Published

What's happening with Praful Patel has been happening with me for several years: Sharad Pawar

His statement comes days after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday arrested Humayun Merchant, a close aide of late gangster Iqbal Mirchi and seized his property in connection with an alleged..
IndiaTimes - Published

Mirchi links: ED summons former Bhushan Steel promoter; arrests 2

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned Neeraj Singal, former promoter of Bhushan Steel. ED will ask Neeraj about Rs 20 crore allegedly transferred from one of his companies to narcotics smuggler..
IndiaTimes - Published

Hawala operator arrested in Iqbal Mirchi land deal case

Earlier on Tuesday, Humayun Merchant, a close aid of Mirchi, was also arrested in Mumbai.
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Iqbal Mirchi's close aide Humayun Merchant arrested, sent to ED custody till October 24

The arrest is in connection with controversial monetary transactions between former Union Minister Praful Patel's company Millennium Developer Private Ltd and Iqbal Mirchi's son Asif Memon in Worli..
DNA - Published

Gangster Iqbal Mirchi's close aide sent to ED custody in land deal case till October 24


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Didn't know Iqbal Memon was 'Mirchi', Praful Patel tells ED

NCP leader Praful Patel told ED officials during his questioning on Friday that he was unaware that Iqbal Memon and Iqbal 'Mirchi' were the same person and claimed that negotiations with the drug lord..
IndiaTimes - Published

ED questions Praful Patel on documents showing he signed first of three deals with Mirchi family in 1999

Enforcement Directorate's investigation into Praful Patel's real estate dealings with Iqbal Mirchi's family took a serious turn on Friday with the probe agency confronting him with documents which..
IndiaTimes - Published

Mere speculation: Praful Patel on alleged property deal with Mirchi

Senior NCP leader Praful Patel on Tuesday rubbished as "mere speculation" reports about his alleged deal in Mumbai with gangster Iqbal Mirchi.
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ED summons Praful Patel this week in money laundering case linked to Iqbal Mirchi

They said Patel, a former Union minister in the UPA regime, has been asked to depose in Mumbai on October 18. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is expected to record Patel's statement under the..
IndiaTimes - Published

Praful Patel’s deal with Mirchi’s wife treason: Amit Shah

Home minister Amit Shah has said that the real estate deal between Mumbai blast accused Iqbal Mirchi’s wife and former Union minister Praful Patel was “nothing short of treason, and that the onus..
IndiaTimes - Published

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