Underworld don Chhota Rajan, who is lodged in Tihar Jail, Delhi, is once again in discussion. The news of Chhota Rajan's death came on Friday, though later this news came out as false. Chhota Rajan was found Corona infected (Covid-19) a few days ago, after which he was admitted to AIIMS (AIIMS) on 26 April. Chhota Rajan was also attacked abroad many years ago, in which he escaped. Gangster Chhota Rajan is a long story of how he became a don from Gurbat. Let us know how underworld don Rajendra Sadashiv Nikhalje alias Chhota Rajan came into the world of crime and how his close friendship with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim turned into a bitter enmity.
The story of Chhota Rajan starts from Satara village in Maharashtra
Chhota Rajan is a resident of Girvi village of Phaltan Tehsil in Satara district, 300 km from Mumbai. People call her by the name of Nana in the village. Rajendra comes from a Dalit family and is the youngest of five siblings. The situation of the family was not good, so after studying up to fourth grade in the village, he reached Tilak Nagar Basti in Chembur area of Mumbai. In the early days, Chhota Rajan used to sell film tickets in Mumbai in black.
20-year-old stepped into the world of crime
When Rajendra was 20 years old, there was a big turn in his life. When he was selling tickets in the black in front of the cinema hall. Then the police lathi-charged to tighten the black market. Rajendra got angry and started beating the policeman. Many policemen were injured in this incident. Police arrested Rajendra Sadashiv. Discussions of many gangs of Mumbai started. Many gangs were eyeing Rajendra. Finally, after being released from jail, Rajendra Sadashiv joined gangster Rajan Nair i.e. Bada Rajan's gang.
This is how Rajan became younger than Rajendra Sadashiv Nikhalje
In 1982, Bada Rajan was murdered by the Pathan brothers with the help of Abdul Kunju. Bada Rajan was shot outside the court. Abdul Kunju was also an enemy of Rajan. He married Bada Rajan's girlfriend. After the death of Bada Rajan, all the work of the gang has now come in the hands of Rajendra Sadashiv and named Chhota Rajan.
In the battle of the underworld, such a king established
that many groups of underworld were formed in Mumbai in the 70s-80s. During the same decade, Dawood was also depositing his coin in the underworld. Dawood and Chhota Rajan had a good relationship in the early years ie before the 90s, but after the 1992 Mumbai blasts, their friendship turned into enmity. Dawood's special henchman Ravi Pujari joined the Chhota Rajan gang, after which the enmity between Dawood and Chhota Rajan increased.
Coming to India is part of a deal?
Experts say that Chhota Rajan's visit to India was part of a big deal. Therefore, he was brought to India under a deal. On the other hand, Chhota Rajan was also struggling with health problems. His black business was running in countries like Australia, Africa, which was a big challenge to save. Rajan also felt that he could stay alive by staying in India's jails. Apart from this, the intelligence agency also felt that many people of Chhota Rajan are working in Dawood's gang, which makes Rajan aware of every activity of Dawood. The result of this was that when Rajan was attacked in Bangkok, he escaped from there by saving his life.
A film has also been made about Chhota Rajan
Many films have also been made about Chhota Rajan in India, in which it has been shown that his entry into the world of crime was from outside the theater. He used to sell tickets in black outside Shankar Cinema in Mumbai. Many films have been made on the story of his life, from Sanjay Dutt's 'Vaastav' to Vivek Oberoi-Ajay Devgan's 'Company'.
CBI came to India from Indonesia
Finally, on 6 November 2015, a CBI team from Indonesia's Wali brought Chhota Rajan to India. After being brought to India with the help of Interpol, Chhota Rajan was kept in Tihar, Delhi rather than in Mumbai. The intelligence agency feared that Dawood could get Rajan murdered in Mumbai.
,many cases have been registered on Chhota Rajan.
Rajan has more than 75 criminal cases registered in Maharashtra and different states of the country. Rajan has cases of unlawful recovery, intimidation, assault and murder and attempt to murder. Rajan is also directly accused of killing more than 20 people. Rajan has been sentenced to life imprisonment in the murder of Mumbai's well-known crime reporter Jyotirmay Dey. It was said that the entire news of an incident may not be with the police, but underworld Jyotirmay Dey used to stay. Rajan wanted Jyotirmaya Dey to work for him.