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CB-CID probing links with kingpin

Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Division(CB-CID) sleuths are probing the links between the suspected kingpin Kitty alias Uttam C Jain and a VIP in the city with whom Uttam had been making and receiving hundreds of call everyday, according to a sources.

Published: 26th May 2013 09:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th May 2013 09:57 AM   |  A+A-

Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Division(CB-CID) sleuths are probing the links between the suspected kingpin Kitty alias Uttam C Jain and a VIP in the city with whom Uttam had been making and receiving hundreds of call everyday, according to a sources.

CB-CID said Kitty was in constant touch with the wife of a person who owns a five-star hotel in city. “They were in touch each other on a day-to-day basis.

The purpose of the calls and the connection between them is being looked into,” a senior Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Divisionofficial said.

“Preliminary inquiry revealed that Kitty had shown over `50 lakh as his income on record for the year ending March 31, 2011. He owns a flat worth over `2 crore and cheques worth over `50 lakh, which were reportedly paid to him for the money financed, were seized from his possession. His two brothers, Fathish C Jain and Praveen C Jain, were also closely associated with his illegal activities and were big financiers. Efforts are on to arrest them as well,” the official added.

Meanwhile, the anticipatory bail plea of Sanjay Baffna, yet another bigtime bookie, will come up for hearing before the Madras High Court.



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