Khan Mubarak Age, Death, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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Hometown: Harsamhar
Death Cause: Dehydration
Age: 45 Years

Khan Mubarak

Profession Gangster
Known for Being one of the close associates of underworld kingpin Chhota Rajan
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of BirthYear, 1978
BirthplaceHarsamhar village in Ambedkar Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh
Date of Death13 June 2023
Place of DeathHardoi district hospital, Uttar Pradesh
Age (at the time of death) 45 Years
Death CauseDehydration [1]The Times of India

Note: Khan was suffering from a lung infection and pneumonia. [2]Hindustan Times
Nationality Indian
College/UniversityUniversity of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Educational QualificationMaster’s degree in English Literature from the University of Allahabad
ControversiesKala Ghoda Shootout: Khan Mubarak was implicated in the 2006 Kala Ghoda shootout in Mumbai. The incident involved drug dealers Amjad Khan and Himanshu Chaudhary, who were killed while they were being taken to a court hearing in a van near the Kala Ghoda area.

Cash Van Robbery: On 15 May 2007, Khan Mubarak was first arrested for his part in a cash van robbery in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, which resulted in the death of two guards and two of his accomplices, Saurav Sinha, and Vinayranjan Gupta. During the investigation, Khan admitted to his role in the 2006 Kala Ghoda shootout case. Khan Mubarak was lodged in the Naini Central Jail in Uttar Pradesh and was released in 2012.

Behind the Bars: In 2011, Osama Khan, an associate of Chhota Rajan with a Rs. 5 lacs bounty on his head, was brutally murdered. Reportedly, following his switch of loyalty to Dawood Ibrahim's gang, Chhota Rajan ordered Zafar Supari to orchestrate Osama's end. Supari, however, passed on this task to Khan Mubarak, who was incarcerated in Naini Central Jail, Uttar Pradesh. Khan Mubarak planned Osama Khan's murder from the prison and assigned the final execution to Rajesh Yadav.

On Release: In 2012, upon his release from the Naini Central Jail, Khan Mubarak swiftly resumed his criminal undertakings. He set up an extortion and kidnapping ring in Uttar Pradesh's Ambedkar Nagar. In the same year, he reportedly murdered a brick trader named Ainuddin for resisting his demands. In 2014, he killed a property dealer named Mohan Yadav and acquired his land. Khan Mubarak even orchestrated the death of his own hitman, Sheru Alam, in 2016. Despite numerous encounters with law enforcement, Mubarak managed to evade sustained imprisonment.

Assassination Attempts and Arrest: In 2016, Mubarak reportedly planned an assassination attempt on the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Jugram Mehndi, which failed. This led to his arrest in Lucknow by the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) in 2017; however, while imprisoned, he purportedly planned a successful attack on Jugram in 2018.

Charges: Khan Mubarak was named among the top 31 mafia and gang leaders of Uttar Pradesh with charges spanning across several regions: 31 cases in Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh; 6 cases in Allahabad (now Prayagraj), Uttar Pradesh. He was facing 3 charges in Mumbai as well.
Relationships & More
Marital Status (at the time of death)Married
SiblingsBrother- Zafar Supari alias Khan Zafar (gangster)
Sister- Sabna alias Sabbo

Khan Mubarak

Some Lesser Known Facts About Khan Mubarak

  • Khan Mubarak was an Indian gangster and trusted associate of underworld kingpin Chhota Rajan, who wielded influence over multiple regions including Allahabad (now Prayagraj), Ambedkar Nagar, and Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh. Khan was suffering from a lung infection and pneumonia during his imprisonment at Hardoi Jail in Uttar Pradesh. In 2023, while seeking treatment at the Hardoi district hospital, Khan died of dehydration.
  • Khan Mubarak’s descent into the criminal underworld began during his days at the University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. His entry was marked by an audacious act at a cricket match where he didn’t hesitate to shoot the umpire, having been declared out. His elder brother, Zafar Supari, who himself entered the world of crime at the age of 15, significantly influenced Mubarak’s choices. Zafar’s links with the infamous underworld kingpin Chhota Rajan played a critical role in shaping Mubarak’s career. Taking cues from his brother, Mubarak soon found himself operating under Rajan’s leadership. [3]The Lallantop – YouTube
  • Chhota Rajan’s major adversary was Munna Bajrangi, a politician from Eastern Uttar Pradesh who doubled as a contract killer and gang leader. In 2006, under Rajan’s command, Mubarak masterminded a post office heist in Allahabad (now Prayagraj), Uttar Pradesh. This plan, however, was foiled by a security guard who defended the premises with gunfire. Nevertheless, Mubarak was able to escape. The animosity between Mubarak and Bajrangi reached a boiling point when Mubarak attempted to extort Rs. 25 lacs from a doctor closely associated with Bajrangi. This ignited a brutal gang war that drew the increased attention of the police. With the law breathing down his neck, Mubarak found it prudent to leave Uttar Pradesh. He fled to Mumbai, where he started living with his brother Zafar Supari. [4]The Lallantop – YouTube
  • Khan Mubarak was subsequently implicated in the 2006 Kala Ghoda shootout in Mumbai. This incident was primarily centred around drug traffickers Amjad Khan and Himanshu Chaudhary, who were linked to Chhota Rajan. The duo initially borrowed Rs. 50 lacs from Ahjaz Pathan, a trusted aide of Chhota Rajan; however, after returning the borrowed money, they opted to switch allegiances with Dawood Ibrahim, an Indian mafia gangster and a formidable adversary of Rajan. Following this, both Amjad Khan and Himanshu Chaudhary found themselves in police custody in relation to another case. Enraged by their betrayal, Pathan approached Chhota Rajan, urging him to take retribution. Chhota Rajan tasked his close confidants, Zafar Supari and Rajesh Yadav, with the mission; they were later joined by Khan Mubarak. On 16 October 2006, Khan Mubarak and other shooters ambushed the van carrying Amjad Khan and Himanshu Chaudhary to a court hearing near the Kala Ghoda area. Amjad Khan and Himanshu Chaudhary died in the incident. The shooters who were involved in the shootout along with Khan Mubarak were Bachcha Paasi, Osama Khan, Nikaal Kumar, Neeraj Valmiki, and Zafar Supari. [5]The Lallantop – YouTube
  • Khan was both a technophile and an admirer of the culture of England. He held a deep fascination for firearms. According to reports, he had 15 types of pistols and could fire with both hands at a time. [6]The Times of India

    Khan Mubarak posing with a gun

    Khan Mubarak posing with a gun

  • He was among the pioneering criminals to use virtual numbers, predominantly obtained from West Asia, to execute extortion calls aimed at affluent businessmen and medical professionals. [7]The Times of India
  • In 2018, a video of Khan Mubarak from Faizabad jail garnered widespread attention. In the video, Mubarak alleged that he was being unfairly targeted and harassed by the police. He further warned that any harm directed towards him would result in severe consequences for the nation’s military and law enforcement personnel.
  • Alongside Khan’s extensive criminal endeavours, his family members were not exempt from engaging in illicit activities. In 2022, the Tanda Kotwali police apprehended his sister and niece. Investigations uncovered that Khan’s niece and sister played pivotal roles in managing the financial aspects of Khan Mubarak’s gang. They facilitated transactions and provided assistance to Khan’s associates by utilizing digital payment systems; moreover, the Uttar Pradesh government carried out the destruction of Khan’s brother-in-law’s property on 13 July 2022. [8]ETV Bharat

    Khan Mubarak's sister and niece arrested by the Tanda Kotwali police (2022)

    Khan Mubarak’s sister and niece arrested by the Tanda Kotwali police (2022)