Popular Bangladeshi film star Salman Shah was found dead at his Dhaka residence on September 6, 1996. After twenty-one years of his death, Salman’s mother Nila Chowdhury at a press conference has accused infamous mafia don Aziz Mohammad Bhai and his “friend” Moon Moon Sen of plotting the murder of her son. Ms. Chowdhury said, Aziz Bhai and Moon Moon Sen had invited Salman Shah at the Chattogram Club on September 2, 1996.
Nila Chowdhury said, “Salman had an argument with Aziz Mohammad Bhai and Moon Moon Sen when they tried to side him to their team. But Salman did not give in. On 2nd September, a day before his death, when he returned to Dhaka from Chittagong, Salman told me: ‘Amma (mother), I have discovered everything (illegal activities) they (Moon Moon Sen and Aziz Mohammad Bhai) have been up to.’ I told him that I had advised him to not approach bad people. Their gang will kill him since he had discovered their notorious activities. Salman replied: ‘Amma (mother), your son is also influential and powerful, they will not be able to harm me’. But my son was wrong.” Source: Daily Jugantor
It may be mentioned here that Aziz Mohammad Bhai is one of the key accomplices of a notorious criminal and mafia don Dawood Ibrahim. A number of Kolkata and Bollywood actresses were maintaining connections with Dawood through Aziz Bhai, why few of them had also been recruited by Pakistani spy agency Inter Service Intelligence (ISI).
The scandalous Trinamool leaders
A number of top the Trinamool Congress leaders were found involved in a dangerous Ponzi scheme named Saradha, which also is known as Saradha Group financial scam. This was a major financial scam and political scandal caused by the collapse of a Ponzi scheme run by Saradha Group, a consortium of over 200 private companies that were believed to be running collective investment schemes referred to as chit funds in West Bengal in India.
The group collected around 20-30 billion Indian rupees (US$ 4-6 billion) from over 1.7 million depositors before it collapsed in April 2013. In the aftermath of the scam, the State Government of West Bengal where the Saradha Group and most of its investors were based instituted an inquiry commission to investigate Saradha Group scam. In May 2014, the Supreme Court of India, inter-state ramifications, possible international money laundering, serious regulatory failures, and political nexus, transferred all investigations into the Saradha scam and other Ponzi schemes, including Rose Valley scam to the Central Bureau of Investigation, India’s federal investigative agency. Many prominent personalities were arrested for their involvement in the scam, including members of parliament Kunal Ghosh and Srinjoy Bose, former West Bengal Director General of Police Rajat Majumdar, a top football club official Debabrata Sarkar, Sports and Transport minister in the Trinamool Congress government Madan Mitra.
Popular actor and Trinamool Congress leader Satabdi Roy was the brand ambassador of this Ponzi scheme.
The Central Bureau of Investigation considered Rajeev Kumar as a potential accused in the case and had accused him of not handing over crucial documents to the agency.
Kumar first grabbed headlines in February 2019, when the CBI was stopped by the Kolkata police, from questioning him.
Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee rushed to the spot and staged a three-day sit-in protest against CBI’s move.
Pakistani ISI inside Indian cine circuit
A number of prominent actors from Kolkata, Bollywood and Tamil film industry are accused of having secret connections with Pakistani spy agency ISI. Few of these film stars even are said to be working as the mule of the spy agency and supplying sensitive information and documents against cash compensation. Some of the recruits are coordinated by Dawood Ibrahim and his accomplices, which include Aziz Mohammad Bhai.
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