New Delhi: Continuing his tirade against anti-drug officer, Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik has now claimed that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede had deployed a private army of bogus people to extort money and gain publicity.
He further said that from day one, he has been raising the issue and termed the case against Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan as “fake”.
Meanwhile, the celebrity accused in the drugs-on-cruise-case, Aryan Khan, was bailed out on Friday which proves that a fake case was made and few people were targeted, said Malik and claimed that no drug was recovered from Shah Rukh Khan’s son.
Our fight is not personal but for justice, he added.
The Nationalist Congress Party Minister Nawab Malik also demanded the arrest of Fashion TV India head Kashiff Khan, calling him the ‘bearded man’ whom he identifies as the chief organiser of the cruiser party raided by the Narcotics Control Bureau on October 2. Malik alleged that he runs drugs, sex and porn rackets and is “a close friend of Wankhede”, and sought to know why the NCB local chief let him (Khan) off the hook though he was the organiser of the alleged rave party.
“I have spoken of the ‘bearded man’ aboard the Cordelia cruise ship, who was dancing with a girl… He is Kashiff Khan, the India chief of Fashion TV channel, who was present on the Mumbai-Goa cruise,” Malik told mediapersons, continuing his exposure series on the NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede.
Responding to Malik’s allegations briefly, Wankhede trashed Malik’s charges saying: “Its an absolute lie… the law will take its own course.”
Malik shared the videos of Khan dancing in that party which was raided by the NCB and among the persons arrested were Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan.
Aryan, along with his friends Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were granted bail on Thursday by Bombay High Court and are awaiting release from the jail anytime.
Two others secured bail from the Special NDPS Court earlier this week, and another 15 are still in custody in the same case in which Wankhede is under the scanner of the NCB and the Mumbai Police.
Wankhede called it an absolute lie and said that the law will take its own course.
On Friday, the NCP spokesperson said he would expose some BJP leaders and their alleged connection with the officer in the winter session of the state Legislature to be held in December.
Meanwhile, Aryan Khan walked out of the Arthur Road prison, after spending 22 days in the central Mumbai facility today morning.
For the unversed, star-kid Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were arrested by the NCB on October 3 and booked under relevant sections of the NDPS Act for possession, consumption, sale/purchase of banned drugs and conspiracy and abetment.