Chhota Rajan’s sisters move court to celebrate Bhai Dooj

Mumbai, Nov 13 (IANS) Two sisters of arrested mafia don Rajendra S. Nikhalje, alias Chhota Rajan, on Friday sought the permission of the sessions court to celebrate Bhai Dooj with him.

The two sisters – Sunita Chavan and Malini Sakpal – moved an application before the sessions judge of the Patial House Court, seeking clearance to meet the mafia don “for performing some rituals for Bhai Dooj”.

His sisters said they never met their brother who was bought back to India after 27 years.

After remaining away from the country for so many years, now they wish to meet and bless him, the application said.

Sessions Judge Vinod Kumar of the CBI Special Court is likely to take a decision on the plea at hearing in his home on Friday afternoon.

Both the sisters, who live in Maharashtra, have reached New Delhi where Chhota Rajan is lodged in a CBI lock-up.

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