Interpol-wanted Shahid Uddin Khan sought Russian oligarch cash
Months before the Ukraine war, Interpol-wanted terror-funder Shahid Uddin Khan sent his second daughter Parisa Pinaz Khan to Moscow for holding meetings with a representative of a Russian oligarch. During the first meeting, which continued for more than an hour, Parisa handed over a proposal seeking fund from the Russian oligarch for a real estate project in London.
According to a source in Moscow, Shahid Uddin Khan’s daughter sought initially US$100 million against annual 3 percent profit, and told the representative of the Russian oligarch that the profit amount would be increased on a yearly basis. At this stage, Russian side asked Parisa Pinaz Khan to ask her father Shahid Uddin Khan to visit Moscow and discuss the matter in details. This is when Parisa was forced to tell the Russian side that her father, Shahid Uddin Khan was on Interpol’s list and it was not possible on his part to leave London. She further requested the Russian side to visit London and meet her father.
Following this meeting, Russian side cross-checked background of Shahid Uddin Khan and came to know that he, along with his wife Farzana Anjum Khan and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan, and Parisa Pinaz Khan were already convicted in a number of cases in Bangladesh, while Shahid Uddin Khan and his family members were accused of terror-finance charges.
Being rejected by the Russian side a heart-broken Parisa Pinaz Khan returned to London and told her father that the trip had failed due to the family’s involvement in terrorist activities. Hearing this from his daughter Shahid Uddin Khan violently reacted and even told Parisa that it was her “incapability” of handling big projects. As the father and daughter entered into hot altercation, Parisa Pinaz Khan began cursing Shahid Uddin Khan and left the house stating she would cease all sorts of relations with her paternal family. Later Shahid Uddin Khan and his wife made repeated attempts of resolving the “misunderstanding” and bringing back Parisa home. But she did not keep any such requests.
Back in March 2019, International Criminal Police Organization known as Interpol has issued Red Notice on Md. Shahid Uddin Khan, his wife Farjana Anjum, and daughters Shehtaz Munasi Khan and Parisa Pinaz Khan — who now are residing in Britain — for committing serious types of crimes, including terror financing, money laundering and other types of crimes.
On January 17, 2019, Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Bangladesh Police raided his residence in Dhaka. During this, a huge volume of arms, ammunition, detonators, explosives, counterfeit currency note, Islamic State propaganda materials, and recruitment tools were recovered. They also found evidence of the Khan family’s involvement in terror financing.
On May 25, 2019, British news journal Politicalite had exposed the illegal activities of Shahid Uddin Khan and his family while the matter had also been covered in The Sunday Times.
The Sunday Times in its report titled ‘Tory donor charged with arms dealing and funding terrorism’ said:
A Tory donor has been charged with funding terror groups, illegal arms dealing, fraud and money-laundering offences in Bangladesh.
Mohammed Shahid Uddin Khan, 55, a former colonel in the Bangladeshi army, is facing jail in his homeland after a raid on his property in the capital, Dhaka, by counterterrorism police in January.
Khan, who lives in Wimbledon, southwest London, with his family after buying a multimillion-pound “golden visa” to the UK in 2009, has donated £20,000 to the constituency party of his MP Stephen Hammond, a health minister.
Documents, lodged in court by Bangladeshi police, allege they found detonators, weapons, radical jihadist literature linked to Al-Qaeda and fake Bangladeshi currency in Khan’s home.
In April 2022, British newspaper The Politicalite in a report said:
Shahid Uddin Khan, a TERROR funder with links to an Afghani drugs cartel sending drugs to the West as part of a ‘narcotic jihad’ plot is hiding in the UK. According to media reports and information obtained from INTERPOL, Khan, an ex-military officer from Bangladesh, is facing several criminal charges and convictions for his involvement in terror finance, money laundering, dealing in weapons, drugs, and counterfeit currency.
Intelligence sources speaking on a condition of anonymity told Politicalite earlier this month that Khan invested £12 million in the United Kingdom and claimed British authorities “didn’t even ask how the money was brought into that country.”
“This is because the man is patronizing and funding the British politicians and political parties.”
“The most alarming fact is, this ex-military officer is using British soil in continuing his activities as a funder of Islamic State and other militancy groups.” added the source.
A report published in the Sunday Times, titled ‘Tory donor charged with arms dealing and funding terrorism’ by its correspondent Tom Harper, an ex-colonel of Bangladesh Army immigrated to the UK along with his family in 2009 with luggage filled with dirty money.
“This man also is a business associate of Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company, where he has invested millions of dollars.” added the source.
According to Asian Tribune, he has been operating businesses in Dubai under the patronization of Pakistani intelligence agency ISI.
Khan is reportedly involved in the 2019 Sri Lanka terror attacks.
“There are concerns that this man may plot terror attacks in India too as he has links with Dawood Ibrahim and Pakistani spy agency ISI.” added the source.
In the report, The Sunday Times states “Khan, who lives in Wimbledon, southwest London, with his family after buying a multimillion-pound “golden visa” to the UK in 2009, has donated £20,000 to the constituency party of his MP Stephen Hammond, a health minister.”
Fugitive terror-funder Shahid Uddin Khan has been on run for years escaping numerous criminal charges and convictions. He is wanted by Interpol for crimes including funding jihadi groups such as Daesh or Islamic State (ISIS), while he also is accused of laundering millions of dollars, dealing in weapons and explosives, and counterfeit Indian currency and narcotics. According to international media reports, Khan is an accomplice of dangerous terrorist Dawood Ibrahim and a member of his D Company gang. Despite his involvement in serious crimes, Shahid Uddin Khan is being sheltered by the British authorities as he invested at least $18 million under the so-called Golden Visa project.
International media reports said, with the evil agenda of spreading terrorist activities throughout Bangladesh, fugitive terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan, who is on Interpol’s RED NOTICE and facing convictions in a number of cases, including terror financing, money laundering, dealing in weapons and counterfeit currency has been forming one-after-another sleeper cells in the country. While for the last few days, Shahid Uddin Khan has been posting videos of illegal rallies organized by the members of his sleeper cells in different parts of Bangladesh, law enforcement agencies are yet to nab any of these culprits.Share this:Like this:Like Loading... Recommended for you: