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Underworld gangster Kanjipani Imran trying to enter Pakistan – Who is Kanjipani?

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – Indian media have reported that Najeem Mohammed Imran alias Kanjipani Imran, who is a leading drug trafficker in the country, had fled to India and is now preparing to enter Pakistan from there.However, the main question is, how did he fled to India after his release on bail.Indian Intelligence put Tamil Nadu on High Alert following information that one of Sri Lanka’s notorious drug lords ‘Kanjipani’ Imran had entered India through the coastal Rameswaram.An Intelligence alert said Imran had managed to enter the coastal town on Christmas eve along with another individual.Kanjipani Imran faces serious charges in Sri Lanka including murder, and he was released on a Rs.

5 Million personal bail by the Colombo Chief Magistrate's Court on the 20th of December, and court also barred him from travelling overseas.The Sri Lankan government on Tuesday (3) raised concerns over the country's intelligence network after notorious underworld gangster and drug lord Kanjipani Imran alias Mohammed Imran fled to India after his release on bail.What is Kajipani Imran's connection with India?In December 2021, the Indian National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested nine Sri Lankan nationals from the special camp for refugees at Tiruchirapalli for their alleged involvement in smuggling of drugs and arms, and for their close ties to a durgs and arms peddler in Pakistan.The agency said that two of the arrested men were in regular touch with a Pakistan-based drugs and arms runner, Haji Salim, who often travelled between Dubai, Pakistan and Iran.

The Indian National Intelligence Agency says that hese men and Salim were working to revive the LTTE in Sri Lanka and India.Among these nine men was Gamage Suranga Pradeep also known as.

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