Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Friday targeted the Narcotics Control Bureau on the pretext of Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan. Let us inform that Aryan Khan was arrested in the alleged rave party case. The verdict on Aryan’s bail has been reserved. The court is likely to deliver the verdict on October 20. Meanwhile, CM Thackeray targeted the NCB, questioning the way it works. He said that the storm trade of ganja and charas is going on all over the world in Maharashtra itself, it is being told everywhere.
NCB interested in getting photos clicked with stars
The CM, in his Dussehra speech, said that the agency is only interested in capturing celebrities and taking their photographs, while the Maharashtra Police is doing the real work by confiscating drugs worth Rs 150 crore. Thackeray alleged that NCB is conspiring to declare Mumbai as a drug city, which is why big Bollywood celebs are dragged into the case. He said that while your agencies are recovering a pinch of ganja, Maharashtra Police has seized drugs worth ₹150 crore. You are interested in capturing celebrities and taking pictures of them.
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NCB defaming Maharashtra
Thackeray has been alleging that national investigative agencies like NCB and CBI are defaming Maharashtra because we are in Maharashtra and not BJP. If there was a BJP government in the state, the NCB would not have done this. It is worth noting that earlier, the CBI had taken over the Mumbai Police case in its hands during the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. After Sushant’s death, there was a demand across the country that there should be a CBI inquiry into the matter. After which many Bollywood stars including Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan have been questioned, and many have been arrested in the drugs campaign run by NCB.
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