New Delhi: According to reports, the recently arrested underworld don Chota Rajan's assets worth around 4,000-5,000 crore, out of which 50 per cent of his investments are in India.
According to the Indian Express, Chhota Rajan owns hotels in Jakarta and China, and several jewelry shops in Singapore and Thailand. He has also invested in diamond trade in African countries, especially Zimbabwe.
Rajan approached some officials from Zimbabwe to seek refuge in that country. But Zimbabwe was not interested in providing refuge to anyone who was wanted was India. Suspecting that he would be tracked by the Dawood gang, Rajan also asked Zimbabwe for Z+ protection which was denied by the country, though they promised to provide the best of health facilities to Rajan.
When ABP news reported Ganesh Thakur question Chhota Rajan on this, he simply refused saying he did not try to escape.
The fugitive gangster Chhota Rajan alias Rajendra Sadashiv Nikhalje who was arrested on Monday by the Interpol police at the Bali Airport, Indonesia is suffering from serious kidney disease.
Reportedly, after more than two decades on the run from the authorities and his fierce rival Dawood Ibrahim, advancing age and the need to constantly look over his deteriorated health forced Chhota Rajan to surrender.