Maharashtra Govt. increases security of NCP minister Nawab Malik after receiving threats

Alka Verma-

Published On: October 14, 2021 at 13:43 IST

On Tuesday, the Maharashtra Government increased the safety and security of NCP minister Nawab Malik after he asserted that he has been getting threats following his “uncover” on the Mumbai narcotics seizure case.

The Mumbai narcotics seizure case prompted the detainment of Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan.

According to the authorities, from now onwards Malik will get a pilot automobile, 4 equipped police workforce to travel with him and 4 cops to be positioned at the house.

Malik has been on a hostile towards the NCB and the Bhartiya Janata Get together and he also asserted that the NCB let off a relative of a Mumbai based BJP leader during that raid.

“One of many individuals detained on the cruise was Rishabh Sachdev, however he was instantly launched by the Narcotics Management Bureau. Rishabh Sachdev, Pratik Gaba, and Amir Furniturewala had been let off. Rishabh is the brother-in-law of BJP chief Mohit Kambhoj,” media channels quoted Malik.

Malik previously also stated cruise raid as a fake exercise and also questioned the presence of two extra person with the NCB authorities.

“One among them is Manish Bhanushali, who claims to be a BJP office-bearer and the opposite is KP Gosawi, who claims to be a personal detective,” stated Malik in a press conference.

Adding to this, he also stated, “In line with the Bhanushali’s Fb profile, he’s a BJP vice chairman and has images with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union house minister Amit Shah, BJP chief JP Nadda and different senior leaders together with these from Maharashtra comparable to Devendra Fadnavis and Ashish Shelar.”

The increasing of security also came after a special Courtroom granted bail to the NCP minister’s son-in-law in a drug case.

The Court while granting Bail mentioned that the contraband seized as per report was not a commercial quantity.

Adding to this, the Court also stated that the charges made by NCB of abetment and conspiracy doesn’t apply.

It should be noted here that Sameer Khan, the son-in-law of NCP minister was arrested by NCB in July 2021.

Sameer was accused of investing funds in drug trafficking together with arrested British nationwide, Karan Sejnani.

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