Satish (born c. 1973) is a convicted Indian pedophile and serial killer who was active in Bahadurgarh in Haryana from 1995 to 1998. He admitted kidnapping and attempting to rape fourteen girls, murdering ten. Police confirmed Satish\'s involvement in twelve cases, including the ten murders.
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2. Darbara Singh
Darbara Singh (1943/1944 or 1952 – 6 June 2018) was an Indian serial killer, who has been convicted for two murders. During April–October 2004, 23 children of non-Punjabi migrants were kidnapped in the Jalandhar city of Punjab, India. Many of these children were sexually assaulted, and 17 of them were killed.
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3. Abdul Karim Telgi
Abdul Karim Telgi (1961-2017) was a convicted Indian counterfeiter. He earned money by printing counterfeit stamp paper in India. He died suffering from multiple organ failure in Bengaluru on 23 October 2017.
Abdul Karim Telgi: Indian Counterfeiter
4. Tiger Memon
Ibrahim Mushtaq Abdul Razzaq Memon, better known by the nickname Tiger Memon, is an alleged terrorist and reckoned to be one of the primary master-minds behind the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. He is wanted by Interpol and the Central Bureau of Investigation. He is a member of D-Company, a gang led by Dawood Ibrahim.
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Veerappan, in full Koose Muniswamy Veerappan, (conceived January 18, 1952, Gopinatham, Mysore [now Karnataka], India—died on October 18, 2004, close Papparappatti, Tamil Nadu), Indian desperado, poacher, and dealer who completed his exercises in the backwoods of the southern Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. Needed for the killings of in excess of 120 individuals, the poaching of more than 2,000 elephants, and the sneaking of a large number of dollars of sandalwood and ivory, he picked up reputation all through India and dodged capture for almost 20 years.
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6. Akku Yadav
Bharat Kalicharan (1972 – 13 August 2004), otherwise called Akku Yadav, was a 32-year-old Indian rapist, blackmailer, and serial killer. Following a time of crime and assault claims, a bail hearing was booked for Yadav on 13 August 2004, in India\'s Nagpur District Court, and word spread through the abutting neighborhood that he would be discharged. Several ladies walked from the slums to the town hall conveying vegetable blades and chili powder. When Akku Yadav showed up, he saw a lady whom he had assaulted, and he yelled that he would rape her once more. The lady began hitting him with her sandal. Yadav was then lynched by a horde of around 200 ladies from Kasturba Nagar, a ghetto of Nagpur. Yadav was stabbed more than 70 times, and chilli powder and stones were tossed in his face. One of his supposed unfortunate casualties likewise hacked off his penis. This lynching happened in the Nagpur District Court No. 7 on the marble floor of the courtroom.
Akku Yadav: Indian Serial Killer
7. Dhananjoy Chatterjee
Dhananjoy Chatterjee was the first individual who was judicially executed in india in the 21st century for homicide. The execution by hanging occurred in Alipore Central Correctional Home, Kolkata, on 14 August 2004. He was accused of the wrongdoings of rape and murder of Hetal Parekh, a 14-year-old school-girl.
Dhananjoy Chatterjee: Indian Criminal
8. Seema Gavit and Renuka Shinde
Seema Mohan Gavit and her senior sister Renuka Kiran Shinde were Indian serial killers sentenced for grabbing and murdering five youngsters. They were accused of thirteen instances of kidnapping and nine killings. The sessions court saw them as guilty of capturing and killing of six youngsters
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9. Bada rajan
Rajan Mahadev Nair (passed on 21 September 1983), prevalently known in the Mumbai black market by his moniker Bada Rajan was an Indian mobster and underworld don from Mumbai, who operated a gang active in Mumbai\'s eastern rural areas of Ghatkopar, Tilak Nagar and Chembur. On 21 September 1983, he was shot dead by the Pathan gang since he had helped Dawood Ibrahim by training a gang member David Pardeshi to shoot dead Amirzada from the Pathan group.
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10. Phoolan devi
Phoolan Devi (10 August 1963 – 26 July 2001), prominently known as \"Bandit Queen\", was an Indian criminal and later a Member of Parliament. Naturally introduced to a poor family in provincial Uttar Pradesh, Phoolan suffered destitution, youngster marriage and had an oppressive marriage before taking to an existence of wrongdoing. Having created significant contrasts with her folks and her better half similar, the young Phoolan looked for escape by fleeing and joining a group of crooks. She was accused of 48 violations, including different killings, loot, fire related crime and hijacking for ransom. Phoolan went through the following eleven years in prison, as the different charges against her were attempted in court.
Phoolan devi: Indian Bandit
11. Boxer Vadivelu
Boxer\' Vadivelu was an a fisherman and famous hoodlum from Power Kuppam, Kasimedu. He began gathering blackmail cash from the business sectors at the Royapuram fishing harbor. He shipped outside alcohol and merchandise from Kasimedu, Royapuram and Chennai harbor territories. He was associated with smuggling, contract killing and extortion. His group assaulted the workplace of the Tharasu magazine in 1991 and murdered its representatives. Vadivelu played a cameo part in the 1997 crime motion picture Omkaram.Finally he was gotten and put behind the bars.
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12. Anandpal Singh
Anandpal Singh (31 May 1975 – 24 June 2017) was an Indian gangster for the most part active in the urban areas of Rajasthan. He was a most-needed criminal with a prize of ₹10 lakh on his head. He was blamed for various killings as well as coercion. His supposed experience brought about protests among in Rajasthan.
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13. Abu Salem
Abu Salem Abdul Qayoom Ansari, also called Abu Salem, is an Indian hoodlum initially from Azamgarh locale in Uttar Pradesh, India. He tried his hand on different labour works before joining organized criminal activities in Mumbai under Dawood Ibrahim pack. He was associated with a few homicide, blackmail and different cases. He was later captured in 2002 in Portugal and removed to India. He was attempted and sentenced now and again and was granted life detainment in 2015. He was one of the primary plotters of the 1993 Mumbai blasts that had left 257 individuals dead, 713 genuinely harmed and obliterated properties worth Rs 27 crore.
Abu Salem: Indian Terrorist
14. Haji Mastan
Mastan Mirza (1 March 1926 – 25 June 1994), prominently known as Haji Mastan, was an Indian mafia gang leader, initially from Tamil Nadu and situated in Bombay. He was one of a scandalous trio of mafia gang leader in Bombay for more than two decades from the 1960s to the mid 1980s, alongside Karim Lala, pioneer of the Pathan posse, and Varadarajan Mudaliar, another acclaimed group pioneer from Tamil Nadu in South India. At his pinnacle, Mastan worked an amazing smuggling syndicate in Mumbai and along the Gujarat coast and later enhanced into film financing and land business. Mastan was known to be a wise businessperson and a shrewdness bargain creator. He constantly kept up cordial relations with the police and government authorities and regularly advanced harmony between rival posses, and was acceptable companions with Lala and Mudaliar.
Haji Mastan: Indian Mafia Gang Leader
15. Ejaz Lakdawala
Ejaz Lakdawala is one of the most wanted[contradictory] criminals from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. In May 2003, he was reputed to have been murdered when Dawood\'s group individuals, otherwise called D-Company, enraged by his faithfulness to Chota Rajan, opened fire at him in a packed market in Bangkok. In any case, he endure and moved to Canada. In May 2004, he was captured by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada following an Interpol red corner notice for him. In the early morning of 09 January 2020 he was captured by Mumbai Police. His capture goes ahead the impact points of his girl Sonia Lakdawala nom de plume Sonia Shaikh\'s capture a fortnight prior at Mumbai International Airport, while she was attempting to travel to Nepal on a forged passport. Ejaz is engaged with in excess of 20 instances of blackmail, endeavored murder and revolting.
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16. Karim Lala
Karim Lala (1911 – 19 February 2002), conceived as Abdul Karim Sher Khan in Kunar region of Afghanistan, was notorious as one of the three \"mafia dons of Mumbai\" in India for over two decades from the sixties to the mid eighties. The other two being Mastan Mirza otherwise known as Haji Mastan and Varadarajan Mudaliar. For more than two decades, he was the pioneer of the feared \"Pathan Gang\" that worked from ruined and wrongdoing swarmed Muslim ghettos of South Mumbai like Dongri, Nagpada, Bhendi Bazaar and Mohammad Ali Road. The Pathan Gang was engaged with working illicit betting (satta) and alcohol lairs, unlawful money recovery, illicit land removals, abducting, protection racket (hafta), contract executing (supari), dissemination of narcotics and fake money.
Karim Lala: Indian Mafia Don
17. Maya Dolas
Maya Dolas (15 October 1966 – 16 November 1991), conceived Mahindra Dolas, was an Indian black market criminal who used to work for the D-Company Don, Dawood Ibrahim. He was executed in an encounter at the 1991 Lokhandwala Complex shootout by the then Additional Police Commissioner of Mumbai, Aftab Ahmed Khan, at 25 years old. Dolas\' story was made into a 2007 motion picture titled Shootout at Lokhandwala, with Vivek Oberoi assuming the role of Maya, and Amrita Singh going about as his mom Ratnaprabha Dolas.
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18. Chhota Rajan
Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje (brought into the world 5 December 1959), prevalently known by his moniker Chhota Rajan, is an Indian lawbreaker and mobster who filled in as the manager of a significant crime syndicate situated in Mumbai. He is as of now carrying out an actual existence punishment at Tihar Jail in Navi Mumbai. While living in Tilak Nagar, a major province for the low-income bunch close to Chembur, Mumbai, Rajan began as a frivolous black marketeer of film tickets at Sahakar Cinema. He was detained for ambushing police constables. In the wake of being discharged from prison, he joined the Bada Rajan posse in 1982. After Bada Rajan was shot dead, Chhota Rajan assumed control over the gang and worked for Dawood Ibrahim who had fled to Dubai.
Chhota Rajan: Indian Criminal
19. Varadarajan Muniswami Mudaliar
Varadarajan Muniswami Mudaliar (1926 – 2 January 1988), otherwise called Vardhabhai, was an Indian hoodlum. For two decades from mid 1960s to 1980s, he was one of the most powerful mob bosses in Bombay alongside Haji Mastan and Karim Lala. Varadarajan controlled all the crimes in his fortresses of Dharavi, Mahim, Matunga, Sion-Koliwada and Chunnabhatti expanding upto Chembur and Ghatkopar. He ran a practically parallel legal framework for the south indian network in these regions until police monitor Y.C. Pawar split downward on him making him desert his black market domain and escape from Mumbai to Tamil Nadu.
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20. Dawood Ibrahim
Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar is a Mumbai black market figure, criminal mobster and drug dealer generally needed by India with a compensation of $25 million over his head, and has been needed since 1994. He is initially from Dongri in Mumbai, India.Dawood Ibrahim supposedly coordinated the Mumbai bomb impacts in 2008. Beginning as a little league trickster, he has now become a worldwide player in the terror network. He is said to have close ties with fear based oppressor bunches like Al-Qaeda. He is additionally said to be worth about $6.7 billion.
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