아부 살렘 - Abu Salem

아부 살렘
태어난
아부 살렘 압둘 카움 안사리

1962 (57 ~ 58 세)
Nationality Indian[1]
Other names Aqil Ahmed Azmi, Captain, Abu Samaan,
Occupation Leader of organized crime
Criminal status In prison
Spouse(s) Samira Jumani 1991–?
Conviction(s) Murder of builder Pradeep Jain 1993 Bombay Bombings[2]
Criminal penalty Life imprisonment[1]

Abu Salem (/ˈɑːb sɑːˈlɛm/ (About this soundlisten) AH-boo sah-LEM; born Abu Salem Abdul Qayoom Ansari, also known as Aqil Ahmed Azmi 'and Abu Samaan, is an Indian gangster and terrorist convicted to 25 years life sentence,[3] who hails from Azamgarh district in Uttar Pradesh. Abu Salem worked in the D-Company (Dawood Ibrahim gang) as a driver transporting weapons and contraband. Later he rose among the ranks after he introduced a new strategy of hiring unemployed youths from his hometown Azamgarh to come to Mumbai, execute shoot-outs and return to Azamgarh the next day remaining untraced by the Mumbai police.

Salem is infamous for terrorizing the Bollywood film industry by extorting money from film producers and usurping the overseas distribution rights. It is believed that Salem was the mastermind behind threatening Bollywood film producers like Gulshan Kumar, Subhash Ghai, Rajiv Rai and Rakesh Roshan. While his gang members assassinated Gulshan Kumar in 1997, they also tried to assassinate Rajiv Rai and Rakesh Roshan but failed. After the assassination of music baron and film producer he was also involved in several murder, extortion and other cases. He was later arrested in 2002 in Portugal and extradited to India. He was arrested on charges of Fake passport. He was tried and convicted in some cases and was sentenced life imprisonment in 2015. [4]

Early life

Abu Salem was born in 1969 (according to the CBI; although the Mumbai police says, 1962; some reports suggests 1968) in a lower-middle-class family in Sarai Mir village of Azamgarh district, Uttar Pradesh. He was the second youngest amongst four brothers, though some reports maintain that he was the eldest of four brothers. His father was a lawyer by profession who was killed in a road accident. He started a small mechanic shop in his home town to support his family. He studied in a primary school called Azamgarh and left the village after completing his inter college. He moved to Delhi, where he worked as a taxi driver. In 1985, he came to Mumbai그의 생계를 위해. 그는 사이에 빵 배달 소년으로 일 반 드라데리 ; 이후 1986 년 데리 서쪽에서 의류 가게에서 일 후에, 그는 1988 년에 1987 년 데리 웨스트에 Arasa 시장에서 운영하는 부동산 중개인이되었다, 그는 그에 대한 첫 번째 경우의 결과로, 금전적 문제를 통해 동료를 폭행 데리 경찰서에 등록되었습니다. 그러는 동안 조 게쉬 와리 출신의 소녀 사 미라 주 마니와 결혼하여 나중에 이혼했다. 그는 그녀의 두 아들이있다. 그는 영화를 사랑하고 소문 볼리우드 배우 후 그의 아들을 임명했다. 그의 형인 Abu Hatim, 일명 "Chunchun Miyan"은 그의 고향 마을에 가게를 소유하고 있습니다. [5]

조직 범죄 관련

80 년대, 아부 살렘은 UP에서 자신의 고향 Azamgarh에서 뭄바이로했다. 그는 싼 전자 데리 기차역 근처에서 쇼핑을했다 그의 사촌 Akthar을 위해 일하기 시작했다. 악 타르도 SAYYED 토피의 안 데리 지역에서 도우 드 이브라힘 갱 지도자를했다. 나중에 아부 살렘은 Dawood에 갱 근무 JK 이브라힘 산타 크루즈에서 여행사를 시작했다. [6] 1989 년부터 1993 년, 살렘은 D-회사 (도우 드 이브라힘 갱) 용 드라이버로 근무 그는 뭄바이에서 다른 갱단 무기, 불법 현금과 물품을 전달했다. 적절한 시간과 장소에서 물품을 전달하는 그의 능력은 그에게 별명을 얻은 아부 Samaan을 . 1992 년, 그는 영화 배우에 무기를 공급 Dutt 산자 . 그는에 적극적인 역할을했다March 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blasts which killed over 250 people, left 700 injured and damaged property worth Rs 270 million. In 1993, he left the country and moved to Dubai when the police started rounding up suspects in serial blasts case. He had a business establishment there called Kings of Car Trading.

In the mid-nineties, many sharp shooters from D-company were killed either by the Chhota Rajan gang or in police encounters. Salem successfully introduced a new strategy of hiring unemployed Muslim youths from his hometown Azamgarh to come to Mumbai, carry off the shooting and return to Azamgarh the next day. Those youths were paid a paltry sum compared to sharp shooters and the Mumbai police also could not track them as the youths had no criminal record with the Mumbai police. Soon Abu Salem got the support of Anees Ibrahim (Dawood's brother) and he rose to prominence within the gang. Because of his smooth talking skills, Salem was given the responsibility to manage the Bollywood deals and film financing for Dawood. He organised stage shows where he invited actors. He was involved in extorting from the Hindi film industry, channelling illicit money into film production, forcibly getting the dates of stars, and usurping overseas rights. Salem first worked under Chhota Shakeel but later split and took to threatening film personalities for extortion.[7] In mid-1997, reportedly went to Pakistan to make arrangements for the marriage of Dawood's brother Humayun. Salem is believed to be the mastermind behind the murder of music baron Gulshan Kumar on 12 August 1997 without Dawood's consent. His gang members also attempted to shoot at Bollywood film directors, Rajiv Rai and Rakesh Roshan when they refused to succumb to his extortion demands. Salem fled Dubai, fearing Dawood's wrath.[6]그는 마지막으로 D-회사에서 예루살렘의 분할 뒤에 이유로 여겨지고 샤킬의 샤킬 및 Dawood에의 호의와 1998 년 그의 마찰에 결장 후 Dawood에와 결별. [8] 2000 년, 그는 루피 천만의 몸값 밀튼 플라스틱 소유자의 납치를 계획했다. 2001 년 1 월, 그의 남자는 아지트 Diwani, 영화 배우 개인 비서 촬영 마니 샤 코이 라라를 . 그들은 영화의 성격 목표 전에 2001 년 10 월, 그의 갱의 네 멤버는 반 드라에 격추 된 아미르 칸 , 아슈 Gowarikar 및 자무 서 핸드를. 2002 년 7 월, 살렘 갱의 두 저격수 영화 감독에 불을 열 로렌스 디 수자 살아 남았다. 그는 또한 시네 수치 죽이려고 라지브 라이를, 라 케쉬 로샨만모한 셰티 .

체포, 인도 및 시험

그는 1993 년 뭄바이 연쇄 폭발 사건, 1996 년 음악 남작 Gulshan Kumar 살해 혐의 로 유죄 판결을 받았으며 인도 여배우 마니 샤 의 비서 총격 , 부동산 건설업자 살해 및 기타 50 건 이상의 사건 으로 유죄 판결을 받았습니다 . [9]

On 20 September 2002, he was arrested along with Monica Bedi by Interpol in Lisbon, Portugal. His satellite phone was tracked using GPS technology. Monica Bedi was a film actress who reportedly had relationship with him. In February 2004, a Portugal court cleared his extradition to India to face trial in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. In November 2005, Portuguese authorities handed him over to India on the assurance by the Government of India that the death penalty would not be handed out. When Salem was in Lisbon 인도의 인도 시도 싸우고, 그는 참으로 살렘은 1991 년 모니카 베디에 체포 된 후 촬영 지문과 사진에 의해 제공되었다했다는 유일한 증거는 인도로 송환 이후 2006 년에 여권 위조 혐의로 유죄 판결을 그녀의 징역을 제공하지만 그녀는 아니었다 아부 살렘에 속하는 사업의에 참여.

2006 년 3 월 특별한에서 테러와 파괴적인 활동 (방지) 법의 법원은 그와 1993 년 뭄바이 시리얼 폭발 사건에서 자신의 역할에 대한 자신의 주장 동료 리아 즈 시디키에 대한 여덟 개 요금을 제기했다. 그는 무기를 운반하고 배포 한 혐의를 받고 있습니다.

포르투갈 하급 법원이 사형을 받고 그에 대한 신선한 사례를 마련함으로써 인도 당국에 의해 추방 규칙을 위반 인도에 그의 인도를 취소했다. 2012 년 7 월, 법무부 포르투갈 대법원은 인도 명령의 취소에 도전하는 인도 당국의 법적 권리에 의문을 제기.

2013 년 6 월 27 일 살렘은 이웃 나비 뭄바이의 탈로 자 중앙 감옥에서 샤 히드 아즈미 살인 사건에서 기소 된 데 벤드 라 자 그탑에 의해 총에 맞았다 고 경찰은 밝혔다. Salem은 Jagtap이 한 라운드를 발사하면서 손에 부상을 입었습니다.

Abu Salem was convicted in Pradeep Jain murder case on 16 February 2015. Jain, a city-based builder, was shot dead outside his Juhu bungalow on 7 March 1995. Nameem Khan, an accused in the case had turned approver. Riyaz Siddiqui, another accused in the case had turned approver then retracted and is being tried separately.[10] He was sentenced life imprisonment in Pradeep Jain murder case on 25 February 2015.[11]

Abu Salem, Mustafa Dossa, and 4 others were convicted by a Special CBI court in Mumbai on 16 June 2017 in connection with the 1993 Bombay blasts case. Salem is currently lodged in Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail. Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act Court Gives Life Imprisonment To Abu Salem in Mumbai 1993 Blast Case.[12]

On 7 June 2018, A Delhi court held him guilty in an extortion case from 2002 of demanding ₹ 5 crore from Delhi businessman Ashok Gupta and awarded him jail for seven years. Gupta had received two phone calls on 2 April 2002 from Abu Salem asking him to call a number in Dubai. Salem had threatened Gupta about dire consequences for him and his family.[13]

Music Debut

In August 2013, Punjabi Singer Sukhwinder Singh Maan alias Sukha Delhi wala revealed that he would release a song composed by Abu Salem while lodged in Tihar Jail, in his next Music Album. The Music Album shall also feature many other celebrities like Rahul Mahajan and Vindu Dara Singh.[14]

Net worth

Abu Salem is said to be a billionaire gangster worth Rs. 55 billion (Approx $0.67 billion).[15] His cash and property have been valued at least Rs 10 billion, which is divided between him and his wife, Samira Jumani. While Salem stakes a claim to Rs 2 billion, his wife possess Rs 8 billion in cash and property. Salem's investments in Bollywood and hawala rackets are estimated to be at least another Rs 30 billion. The CBI arrived at the figures on the basis of one-years transactions (2000–2001), and are said to be a conservative estimate.[16]

Salem possessed a non-immigrant work visa in the US, where he was employed as a maintenance manager for a marine engineering company. As he operated under different names, he could buy property worth crores, despite his employment background. Preliminary calculations by the CBI reveal transactions worth Rs 2 billion were carried out by Salem in the year 2000 itself. Details of his earlier transactions were not known as his whereabouts are not known. Police sources say that his benami but legal businesses in the Middle East are run by his close associates.[16]

Personal life

He married Samira Jumani, a college girl and a 17-year-old in 1991[17] from whom he has a son. Samira currently lives in Duluth, Georgia, United States. Post Salem's arrest in Portugal, she told interviewers that he was a "violent psychotic man" and she was forced into marriage.[18][19]

In September 2002, Abu Salem and his partner Monica Bedi, were arrested and later served prison sentences in Portugal[20] for entering the country on forged documents.[21] In 2006, an Indian Court convicted Bedi for procuring a passport on a fictitious name.[22] In November 2010, the Supreme Court of India upheld her conviction but reduced the prison sentence to the period that she had already served.[23]

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  15. ^ "டோடோவின் ரஃப் நோட்டு". டோடோவின் ரஃப் நோட்டு.
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  17. ^ "I didn t live with him a single married minute: Salem s wife". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 19 November 2005.
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