Asianet NewsableAsianet Newsable

'Have proof of drug peddler's link': NCP leader Nawab Malik again targets Devendra Fadnavis

For those who are unaware, Nawab Malik has been after Sameer Wankhede since the NCB detained his son-in-law's Sameer Khan in connection with an alleged narcotics case on January 13, 2021.

NCP leader Nawab Malik launches scathing attack at Devendra Fadnavis gcw
Author
New Delhi, First Published Nov 2, 2021, 9:33 AM IST
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Whatsapp

NCP leader Nawab Malik addressed the media on Tuesday, launching an attack on the former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, the Narcotics Control Bureau and its zonal head Sameer Wankhede over their investigation into the Mumbai cruise drug bust case.

Speaking to the reporters, the NCP leader claimed that he has proof of drug peddler's link to Devendra Fadnavis. He also challenged former Maharashtra CM to prove allegations of links to the underworld. Taking a dig at the previous BJP government, Malik said he wanted to know about the regular parties organised at Four Seasons hotel. He questioned about the organiser of those parties where one table went for Rs 15 lakhs. He added that now these parties have stopped after the change of government. Nawab Malik further said that in 62 years of his life, no one has dared to point fingers at him.

Earlier on Monday, Devendra Fadnavis slammed the NCP leader, saying anyone with ties to the underworld should not speak about him. He stated that he will submit proof of Nawab Malik's ties to the mafia and that the material would be forwarded to NCP head Sharad Pawar as well. He said there are no relations between Jaydeep Rana with me or my wife.

Also Read | Yasmeen Wankhede claims Nawab Malik outraged her modesty, NCW to write to Maharashtra DGP

For those who are unaware, Nawab Malik has been after Sameer Wankhede since the NCB detained his son-in-law's Sameer Khan in connection with an alleged narcotics case on January 13, 2021. After nearly eight months in prison, Sameer Khan was granted bail on September 27. The NCP leader has also claimed that his son-in-law was charged wrongly and no banned drugs were found.

Also Read | Nawab Malik vs Sameer Wankhede: ‘NCB officer forged caste certificate’, posts photo of Wankhede's 'nikahnama'

Follow Us:
Download App:
  • android
  • ios