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Aryan Khan’s Drug Case: Minister Nawab Malik said – BJP leader’s relative was released from custody, NCB officer gave a befitting reply

Maharashtra government minister Nawab Malik claimed that the NCB had initially detained 11 people from the cruise ship, but released three of them hours later, including a relative of a BJP leader

Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan drug case Update: MumbaiIn the drug case related to Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, on Saturday, Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik accused the NCB of releasing a relative of a BJP leader after taking him into custody, in response to which the senior of the investigating agency. Describing all the allegations as baseless, motivated, deliberate and prejudiced, the official said – such statements are based on conjectures and assumptions which are frivolous and malicious.Also Read – Drugs Case: Film producer Imtiaz Khatri’s house and office raided, NCB officials on the spot

NCP leader Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik on Saturday claimed that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had initially detained 11 people from a Goa-bound cruise ship off the Mumbai coast last week, but among them Three were released hours later, including a relative of BJP leader Mohit Bhartiya. Also Read – The wife of Sameer Wankhede, who arrested Aryan Khan, is the famous actress of Ajay Devgan, said many times his pants…

All allegations leveled against NCB are baseless, motivated, deliberate and prejudiced

NCB Deputy DG Gyaneshwar Singh said on the drugs-on-cruise case after Minister Malik’s allegation, “All the allegations leveled against NCB are baseless, motivated, deliberate and prejudiced. Such statements are based on conjectures and assumptions, which are frivolous and malicious in view of the documents and records furnished by the NCB. Also Read – Drugs Case: Aryan Khan did not get relief from Mumbai court, bail application rejected

Minister Nawab Malik said- Rishabh Sachdeva, a relative of BJP leader Mohit Bhartiya, was also involved.

Addressing a press conference in Mumbai, NCP spokesperson and Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik alleged that the three people included Rishabh Sachdeva, a relative of an Indian. He said that two others – Prateek Gabba and Aamir Furniturewala – who had brought Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan to the cruise party, were released with Sachdeva two hours after they were taken into custody. When contacted, Indian declined to immediately comment on the NCP’s allegations, but his office said he would hold a press conference later in the day. Malik said, “The names of Prateek and Aamir had come up in the ongoing court hearing.”

A total of 18 people including Aryan Khan have been arrested.

Malik had earlier announced that he would reveal on Saturday the name of the BJP leader, whose relative, according to him, was dumped by the NCB. Based on a tip-off that a party was to be held on a ship, a team of the agency, led by NCB Regional Director Samir Wankhede, raided Cordelia Cruises last Saturday and claimed to have recovered banned narcotics from there. A total of 18 people including Aryan Khan have been arrested in the case.

Nawab Malik demands probe into call records of three people with Sameer Wankhede

The NCB leader demanded that the call records of these three people be checked along with Wankhede. Malik claimed, “Rishabh Sachdeva’s father and a relative came to the NCB office and on the phone of Sachdeva’s father, talks took place between Wankhede and BJP leaders in Mumbai and Delhi. “Why were the phones of these three persons not confiscated,” he asked.

11 people detained from cruise ship

According to Malik, the Mumbai Police was also informed that 11 people have been detained from the cruise ship. Malik also alleged that the NCB raid on Cruise was “fake, planned and a conspiracy to defame the film industry and the Maharashtra government”.

Nawab Malik also targeted BJP

The Minority Affairs Minister alleged, “Select people have been arrested… the matter is serious. CCTV footage should be taken and a detailed investigation should be done.” He also targeted the BJP for attacking him over his allegations. Nawab Malik said, “BJP says I am attacking NCB because my son-in-law was arrested by the agency. I never supported my son-in-law and he will fight his case. How can I give the information that I have to the NCB, which has prepared a false case. If an independent commission is constituted to investigate, I will do so.” His son-in-law Sameer Khan was arrested by the NCB on January 13 this year in an alleged narcotics case. He was granted bail in September.


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