Story – This is how jobless Arun Gawli became Gangster

Arun Gawli worked in Mumbai’s textile mills. From the 1970s to the late 1980s, Mumbai’s textile mill industry witnessed mass strikes and eventual lock-outs. As a result, many young adults (including Gawli) had no employment and eventually found a short-cut to quick money through matka gambling and hafta-vasuli. Gawli then joined the “Byculla Company” gang led by gangsters Rama Naik and Babu Reshim and supervised their illegal liquor dens.

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