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Nawab Malik makes explosive claims of BJP-NCB collusion on Aryan Khan’s arrest

NCP’s Nawab Malik hosting a press conference at the party’s South Mumbai office has dropped some explosive claims over the arrest of Bollywood Superstar Shahrukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan during an NCB raid on a luxury ship Cordelia Cruise on October 2.

Alleging BJP links in the NCB raid, Nawab Malik has outrightly accused NCB of defaming Bollywood from the last one year. He further alleged NCB of ‘farziwad’ and called the raid a fraud intended only for grabbing publicity.

While NCP Leader Nawab Malik’s presser slammed the BJP-NCB collusion it has left many tongues wagging and hints of a rising political spat.

Following are the stunning claims made by NCP Leader and Maharashtra Minorities Affairs Minister Nawab Malik: 

> A selfie of Aryan Khan with an unidentified person went sweeping online on social media platforms, many made claims that the person is an NCB detective. While the anti-drug agency clarified him of not being from NCB, Nawab Malik alleged that the person called by the name KP Gosavi is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

> Another video where a person named Manish Bhanushali is seen escorting Arbaaz Merchant to the NCB office. Nawab Malik claimed him to be a BJP worker too, alleging that he is seen in photos with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

> Stating that no drugs were seized at the cruise, Nawab Malik accused Aryan Khan’s panchanama of being manipulated. He further added saying, “The report was manipulated at NCB chief Samir Wankhede’s office.”

> Dismissing NCB’s claims, Nawab Malik went on to accuse the NCB of being involved in “farziwada” or fraud in defaming Bollywood from the last one year.

> Calling Aryan Khan’s arrest a forgery, Nawab Malik said that since last one month, information of Shahrukh Khan being next on target was circulated to the crime reporters.

> Asking for clarity, NCP’s Nawab Malik urged BJP and NCB to come out clean and reiterated that such acts by NCB are only for those in high-profile, where raids as such are conducted with eye hogging publicity and intends to defame the MVA government and foster fear amongst the Bollywood fraternity.





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