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Indonesia to deport Rajan this week

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BALI (INDONESIA), Oct 26 - Indonesian authorities said today they will deport Chotta Rajan shortly after arresting the alleged organised crime boss on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje, known in India as �Chotta Rajan�, was on the Interpol�s most wanted list for two decades, said Bali police spokesman Heri Wiyanto.

He said police were questioning Rajan in Bali Police headquarter in Denpasar, the provincial capital, and coordinating with Indian diplomats for a deportation process.

Rajan held an Indian passport when he arrived in Denpasar, about 968 kilometres east of the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.

�This man is suspected to have been involved in more than 20 murders in India,� said Wiyanto. �We will deport him this week,� he added. � PTI

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Indonesia to deport Rajan this week

BALI (INDONESIA), Oct 26 - Indonesian authorities said today they will deport Chotta Rajan shortly after arresting the alleged organised crime boss on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje, known in India as �Chotta Rajan�, was on the Interpol�s most wanted list for two decades, said Bali police spokesman Heri Wiyanto.

He said police were questioning Rajan in Bali Police headquarter in Denpasar, the provincial capital, and coordinating with Indian diplomats for a deportation process.

Rajan held an Indian passport when he arrived in Denpasar, about 968 kilometres east of the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.

�This man is suspected to have been involved in more than 20 murders in India,� said Wiyanto. �We will deport him this week,� he added. � PTI

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