Daya Shankar (IRS officer)

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Daya Shankar was an officer of the Indian Revenue Service who retired as chief of the Indian Customs in Mumbai. He was known for his crackdown on gold smuggling networks in Daman, Goa and Mumbai. Shankar's most famous crackdown was on Dawood Ibrahim.[1] [2] [3]

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  • Pande, A K (2008). Grit That Defied Odds: Reflections of a Revenue Officer. Konark Publishers. p. 197. ISBN 978-8122007305.