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Bihar Police report says RJD MP Shahabuddin has ties with Dawood

Rashtriya Janata Dal parliamentarian Mohammad Shahabuddin, who was handed a life sentence for a 1999 political murder by a court in Siwan, Bihar, is reported to have strong links with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, Kashmiri militants and Pakistans ISI, claims a 100-page report prepared by the Bihar Police.

Patna, May 10 : Rashtriya Janata Dal parliamentarian Mohammad Shahabuddin, who was handed a life sentence for a 1999 political murder by a court in Siwan, Bihar, is reported to have strong links with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, Kashmiri militants and Pakistan's ISI, claims a 100-page report prepared by the Bihar Police.

Shahabuddin, who has 52 criminal cases registered against him, is said to have met Dawood in February 2001 at Mecca in Saudi Arabia during a Haj pilgrimage.

According to police sources, this special report was handed over to the Rabri Devi Government in 2003, but neither did her government, nor the 17-month-old Nitish Kumar Government acted on it or made it public, a rediff report says.

The special note was prepared by then Bihar DGP D P Ojha, who had demanded tough action against Shahabuddin after the reports submission.

"Everything is there to know about him," Ojha is quoted by the website,as saying.

The note also states that Shahabuddin obtained several AK-47 assault rifles from Kashmir militants in 1996, some of which he kept for personal use and sold the rest to a criminal-turned-MLA of Uttar Pradesh and criminals of Bihar. (ANI with inputs)

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