Nicholas Perry, AFP reporter EXPLAINS how ‘Chhota Rajan’ got arrested

Nicholas Perry, AFP reporter from Jakarta says Interpol Australia in Canberra alerted the Indonesian authorities about the arrival of Chhota Rajan from Sydney and subsequently was arrested by the local authorities in Bali. Rajan, one of India’s most wanted criminals who has been on the run for nearly two decades, has been arrested in Bali by Indonesian police which acted on a Red Corner Notice issued by Interpol. The arrest was made on a tip off from Australian police that 55-year-old Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje alias Mohan Kumar alias Chhota Rajan, the powerful aide-turned-rival of terrorist Dawood Ibrahim, has flown from Sydney to Indonesia’s popular tourist destination Bali, where he was arrested yesterday.

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