Gujarat Police Arrest 1993 Arms Landing Case Accused

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AHMEDABAD: An accused in the 1993 Gosabara RDX and arms landing case, in which fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim has been named as a key conspirator was arrested by The Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad. Police in a release said, The ATS team arrested Abdulsattar Batliwala in suburban Khar in Mumbai on Saturday after receiving a tip-off, and brought him here on Sunday. Batliwala was a part of the conspiracy, whereby Dawood Ibrahim sent a huge cache of RDX and arms, including AK-47 rifles to Gujarat from Karachi via sea route in 1993, the ATS said. The objective was to take revenge for the Babri masjid demolition. The release said, the contraband landed on Gosabara coast in Porbandar district of Gujarat in 1993, and was distributed to Dawood’s associates and other conspirators in Mumbai, Surat and Uttar Pradesh. Batliwala was present at a meeting called by Dawood in Dubai to plan out the landing at Gosabara, according to the ATS. Five AK-47 rifles, an AK-56 rifle, 43 hand grenades and 3,011 cartridges were recovered during the probe, Police said. Around 40 persons have been arrested in the case, while 16 accused are still at large, including Dawood Ibrahim, Tiger Memon, Anis Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel, until now.]]>

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