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Mr. Jagdish Prasad Joshi

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Employment History

  • Owner
    Goa Gutkha
  • Owner
    Goa Gutka
  • Owner of Goa Gutka
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Cybernoon.com
www.cybernoon.com, 4 Mar 2005 [cached]
Jagdish Joshi, owner of Goa Gutkha, has finally been made a witness in the on-going investigaton into the gutkha baron-underworld nexus case by the Central Bureau of Investigaton (CBI).The fact was brought to the notice of the Mumbai High Court by Joshi's counsel Ganesh Gole, who showed a notice served on Joshi by the CBI on Wednesday, summoning him to New Delhi for interrogation.
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In the notice, Gole pointed out, Joshi has been mentioned as a witness (under Section 160 CrPc), whose interrogation has been sought by the invesigating agency in the national capital.
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It also appeared that a fresh FIR had been registered by the CBI, ostensibly to carry out some new probe where Joshi had been a witness in the past.It is, however, not clear asto whether the CBI wants to make Joshi an approver or accused in the case, either of which would deem his arrest necessary, before it makes its stand clear on the execution of the warrant issued by the designated MCOC court on December 31.The warrant was issued against Joshi on a plea made by the Mumbai police in order to faciliate the Interpol in issuing a Red Corner notice against him at that point of time.
CBI sources from New Delhi clamed that Joshi underwent a lie detector test yesterday.The test has been conducted with a view to coroborate certain new leads that has come up during the investgaton.Moreover, since Joshi was suspected to having floundered over certain facts, the agency wennt ahead with the tests in order to verify the authenticty of his confession.It was only after Joshi consented to such tests, the agency went ahead with them.He is likely to undergo similar cases in the coming days.Meanwhile, the Mumbai High Court deferred a petition filed by Joshi urging for quashing of the non-bailable warrants issued against him for failing to appear in the case, till March 16.
IPCS - Non - Traditional Security Issues
www.ipcs.org, 29 June 2004 [cached]
Jagdish Joshi, owner of Goa Gutka, was today interrogated by a Central Bureau of Investigation team, probing his alleged links with the underworld.Mr. Joshi arrived at the Central Bureau of Investigation office near the State Secretariat in south Mumbai around 12.30 pm accompanied by his lawyer, Ganesh Gole, and his brother, Arun Joshi.
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The Mumbai police are seeking to question Mr. Dhariwal and Jagdish Joshi, owner of Goa Gutka, on their alleged links with the underworld kingpin, Dawood Ibrahim.
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The Bombay High Court today deferred till February 21 the hearing on petitions by Gutkha barons Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal and Jagdish Joshi, challenging non-bailable warrants issued by a special court against them. ? PTI
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The Bombay High Court today asked the Mumbai police to refrain from executing non-bailable warrants issued against Gutka barons Rasiklal Manikchand Dhariwal, and Jagdish Joshi, accused of having links with underworld, until their plea was heard tomorrow.
Jagdish Joshi, owner of Goa ...
www.mid-day.com, 27 April 2007 [cached]
Jagdish Joshi, owner of Goa gutka was subjected to a brain mapping test in Ahmed-abad to ascertain his links with the underworld.
inadaily.com | Article service
www.iht.com, 26 Jan 2005 [cached]
Two leading gutka manufacturers, Rasiklal Dhariwal of Manikchand Gutka and Jagdish Prasad Joshi of Goa Gutka, have been put on Interpol,s ,wanted, list following India,s request to the international police organisation.
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India has asked Interpol to issue ,red corner, notices against the two on the basis of non-bailable warrants issued by a Mumbai court against Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi for their alleged mafia links.
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Both Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had allegedly accepted the offer of the mafia don Dawood Ibrahim,s brother Anees to set up a gutka factory in Karachi, Pakistan, for which men and machines were transported from India through a Gulf port.
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In Mumbai, a statement to the police by a close friend of Anees to the effect that Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had approached Dawood to help resolve a dispute between them forms part of the chargesheet filed by the police before the special MCOCA court against two arrested accused, Jamiruddin Ghulam Rasul Ansari, alias Jumbo, and his associate Rajesh Panchariya.
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Sources said the Mumbai police wants to interrogate Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi in connection with an extortion case in which Jamruddin, alias Jumbo, and Rajubhai Panchariya, alias Rajesh, are the main accused.
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During investigations, two arrested accused persons had claimed that Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had approached Anees to settle a dispute of Rs 40 crores between them.
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Although the Mumbai police has obtained non-bailable warrants against Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi, there is no mention of them in the chargesheet.
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The witness said that Mr Joshi was then residing in Dubai.
The witness claimed he then went to Dubai and met Mr Joshi in January 2000, though there is no mention of the date.
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During the meeting, Anees sided with Mr Joshi while Antuley and Mustaqim were trying to settle the dispute between Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi.
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During the meeting, Anees sided with Mr Joshi while Antuley and Mustaqim were trying to settle the dispute between Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi.
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At the meeting, Mr Dhariwal allegedly offered Rs 2 crores to Mr Joshi as settlement, which the latter refused, the witness claimed.
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Mr Joshi allegedly paid him Rs 11 lakhs and offered to pay the remaining amount in the next eight to nine months, he claimed.
The Asian Age - News Worldwide
www.asianage.com, 25 Jan 2005 [cached]
Jan. 24: Two leading gutka manufacturers, Rasiklal Dhariwal of Manikchand Gutka and Jagdish Prasad Joshi of Goa Gutka, have been put on Interpol's "wanted" list following India's request to the international police organisation.
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India has asked Interpol to issue "red corner" notices against the two on the basis of non-bailable warrants issued by a Mumbai court against Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi for their alleged mafia links.
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Both Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had allegedly accepted the offer of the mafia don Dawood Ibrahim's brother Anees to set up a gutka factory in Karachi, Pakistan, for which men and machines were transported from India through a Gulf port.
...
In Mumbai, a statement to the police by a close friend of Anees to the effect that Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had approached Dawood to help resolve a dispute between them forms part of the chargesheet filed by the police before the special MCOCA court against two arrested accused, Jamiruddin Ghulam Rasul Ansari, alias Jumbo, and his associate Rajesh Panchariya.
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Sources said the Mumbai police wants to interrogate Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi in connection with an extortion case in which Jamruddin, alias Jumbo, and Rajubhai Panchariya, alias Rajesh, are the main accused.
...
During investigations, two arrested accused persons had claimed that Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi had approached Anees to settle a dispute of Rs 40 crores between them.
...
Although the Mumbai police has obtained non-bailable warrants against Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi, there is no mention of them in the chargesheet.
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The witness said that Mr Joshi was then residing in Dubai.
The witness claimed he then went to Dubai and met Mr Joshi in January 2000, though there is no mention of the date.
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During the meeting, Anees sided with Mr Joshi while Antuley and Mustaqim were trying to settle the dispute between Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi.
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During the meeting, Anees sided with Mr Joshi while Antuley and Mustaqim were trying to settle the dispute between Mr Dhariwal and Mr Joshi.
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At the meeting, Mr Dhariwal allegedly offered Rs 2 crores to Mr Joshi as settlement, which the latter refused, the witness claimed.
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Mr Joshi allegedly paid him Rs 11 lakhs and offered to pay the remaining amount in the next eight to nine months, he claimed.
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