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BJP gives ticket to sister of gangster Irfan alias Chhenu Pahalwan jailed under MCOCA

Delhi MCD Election 2022: Votes will be cast for all 250 seats for Delhi MCD elections on December 4 and results will come on December 7. All major political parties including BJP, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress have declared the names of their candidates. In the MCD elections, BJP has fielded a candidate who is being discussed a lot. The name of this candidate is Saba Ghazi.

Actually, BJP has declared Saba Ghazi as its candidate from Bangar ward. Saba Ghazi is the real sister-in-law of Delhi’s well-known gangster Irfan alias Chhenu Pehlwan. Saba Ghazi is the wife of Chhenu’s brother Salman.   

Chhenu and Nasir face to face since 2011
At present Chhenu wrestler is jailed under MCOCA. Many serious cases are registered against Chhenu. Let us tell you that after Atif Saifi’s murder in Jaffrabad on May 15, 2011, gang war started in Yamunapar. Only after that gangster Abdul Nasir and Chhenu wrestler became arch enemies of each other. This battle of supremacy lasted for 8 years, dozens of people were sacrificed in this battle. But in the year 2018, an agreement was reached between the Chhenu gang and the Nasir gang. Under the decision, it was decided that no one would harm each other.       

Firing on Chhenu in the court
The agreement between the two gangs also included that they would not testify against each other in the court. But, during a hearing in the court, firing took place on Chhenu Pehalwan. After this, Nasir joined hands with gangster Shakti Naidu and Chhenu Pehalwan befriended Delhi’s don Neeraj Bawaniya. In the year 2015, there was firing on Chhenu in Karkardooma Court in the premises itself, this was done by the people of Naidu gang. The head constable of Delhi Police was martyred in the attack, Chhenu was jailed under MCOCA but his henchmen still carry out the incidents.    

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