Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim wanted to surrender after 1993 Mumbai blasts: Ex-Delhi Police Chief Neeraj Kumar

| Monday, May 4, 2015 - 16:45
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After fifteen months of the Mumbai serial blasts, Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, the main accused of the 1993 Mumbai blast, wanted to surrender and had even spoken thrice to former Delhi Police Chief Neeraj Kumar, said reports.

According to the media reports, Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar claimed, “I spoke to gangster Dawood thrice. He was ready to surrender but he was worried that his rivals could finish him off if he came back to India,” adding I assured him of his safety that would be CBI’s responsibility.”

Reports suggest that after giving him the permission to talk to gangster Dawood, his seniors apparently asked him to end the phone calls. 

Neeraj Kumar, who retired in July 2013, was leading the CBI probe into the serial blasts that rocked Mumbai on March 12, 1993 in which 257 people were killed and over 700 people were injured. 

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