Notorious fraud, forger, criminal and terror funder Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters are having business connections with notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company. This nexus of criminals are engaged into transnational trafficking in drugs, arms while they also are distributing counterfeit Indian currency notes, which are being manufactured by Pakistani espionage agency Inter Service Intelligence (ISI).
Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan, Parisa Piraz Khan and Zumana Fiza had gone to the United Kingdom in 2009 and sought immigrant visa under Visa Tier 1, vide VAF No. 511702 and have invested 12 million pounds, which they brought into the United Kingdom through illegal channels. The family also owns millions on dirty money in several bank accounts in the United Arab Emirates and are linked to notorious terrorist Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company.
On January 17, 2019, Dhaka residence of Md. Shahid Uddin Khan was raided by the members of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Bangladesh Police.
CTTC, based on secret information, raided House No. 184, Road No. 2, Baridhara DOHS in Dhaka, Bangladesh on January 17, 2019. This house is owned by Md. Shahid Uddin Khan and was allegedly used as a warehouse for arms, explosives and propaganda materials of Islamic State (ISIS). During the raid, a large volume of weapons, detonator, counterfeit Bangladesh currency notes and jihadist materials of ISIS were recovered by the CTTC unit.
Following this recovery, three separate cases against ISIS-funder Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum, daughters and other accomplices were lodged. The cases are Cantonment PS, Case no 10, Section-6(2)/7/11/12 of Anti Terrorism Act 2009 (amendment 2013); Cantonment PS, Case no 11, Section-25-A, Special Power Act 1974; and Cantonment PS, Case no 12, Section-19-A of Arms Act 1878.
There is a large number of criminal cases against Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan and Parisa Piraz Khan in Bangladesh. This family also faces money laundering case for illegally smuggling millions of dollars out of Bangladesh.
Frantic bids of Md. Shahid Uddin Khan and family
Ever since the publication of the report in The Sunday Times on May 6, 2019, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan and Parisa Pinaz Khan had been frantically trying to meet Tory Party’s MP Stephen Hammond to seek his intervention in stopping the ongoing investigations by the London Metropolitan Police and National Crime Agency. But MP Hammond’s office had refused to give any appointment to this notorious family. At this stage, Khan’s eldest daughter barrister Shehtaz Munasi Khan had tried to meet her University mate and London’s mayor Sadiq Khan with the agenda of seeking his intervention into the matter. It may be mentioned here that, a few months back, Shehtaz Munasi Khan managed to meet Sadiq Khan and since then they have developed warm relations. It may be further mentioned here that Shehtaz and her younger sister Parisa Pinaz Khan are also ISIS-members under the disguise of sex workers. They are photographed in London’s posh bars waiting for clients. This newspaper also has obtained such photographs along with few video clips of these girls private moments with the clients.
As Md. Shahid Uddin Khan continued pursuing with the office of MP Stephen Hammond for an appointment, he was later asked to send a rejoinder to the Sunday Times as well as popular British news portal the Politicalite. Khan had promised to send the rejoinder but never had done this as the reports contained prolific information based on documentary evidence.
Khan then started contacting various newspapers and news outlets in the United Kingdom as well as in other countries. According to information, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan also had contacted Muzaffar Ahmed Noori Bajwa, editor in chief of the Eastern Herald and initially offered him US$ 5,000 for publication of a report countering the report of the Sunday Times. As Mr Bajwa refused to publish any such content based on lies, Shahid Uddin Khan later increased the amount up to US$ 10,000. But nothing worked as the Eastern Herald never publishes any content based on lies.
Being unsuccessful in getting anything published in the Eastern Herald, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan and his prime accomplice M. Sajjad Hossain began propaganda against the Bangladesh government through emails.