Ejaz Lakdawala

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Ejaz Lakdawala is one of the most wanted gangsters from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

In May 2003, he was rumored to have been killed when Dawood's gang-members, also known as D-Company, angered by his allegiance to Chota Rajan, opened fire at him in a crowded market in Bangkok. However, he survived and moved to Canada.

In May 2004, he was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada following an Interpol red corner notice for him.

He is involved in more than 20 cases of extortion, attempt to murder and rioting.

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