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Nawab Malik now has Y + security: Maharashtra minister said – no drugs were found from my son-in-law, NCB implicated him

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Thu, 14 Oct 2021 11:26 AM IST

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Nawab Malik on NCB: The security of minister Nawab Malik in Maharashtra government has been increased after he received death threats. Their security has been increased from Y category to Y plus.

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Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik’s security has been beefed up after receiving death threats. Their security has been increased from Y category to Y plus. Now there will be four soldiers under his protection. Earlier a security guard lived with him. Nawab Malik has been receiving threats over the phone ever since he started questioning the NCB’s investigation into the Cruise Ship Drugs Party. At the same time, after getting security, Nawab Malik made serious allegations on NCB and called his son-in-law innocent.

Nawab Malik said – my son-in-law was framed
Nawab Malik, while addressing a press conference on Thursday, strongly attacked the BJP and NCB. He said that BJP people are making false allegations that Nawab Malik’s son-in-law is a drug dealer. My son-in-law has been framed at the behest of BJP. He said that NCB is also taking action from political point of view. Not only this, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also attacked me. He further said that ever since I exposed the relation between Bhanushali and BJP, BJP is attacking me. The NCP leader said that after the arrest of Shahista Furniturewalla in January, there were raids in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Bangalore, Muchhad Paan Wale. Rampur was also raided, which was related to my son-in-law.

NCB does not know the difference between ganja and tobacco
Nawab Malik said that what was told by NCB to be 200 kg of ganja turned out to be tobacco. He said that the biggest question is that such a big agency is not able to differentiate between tobacco and ganja. Malik said that according to my knowledge, these agencies have an instant testing kit from which it is known whether the recovered item is covered under the NDPS Act or not. He said that I do not know how NCB is working.

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The security of minister Nawab Malik has been increased in the Maharashtra government after receiving death threats. Their security has been increased from Y category to Y plus. Now there will be four soldiers under his protection. Earlier a security guard lived with him. Nawab Malik has been receiving threats over the phone ever since he started questioning the NCB’s investigation into the Cruise Ship Drugs Party. At the same time, after getting security, Nawab Malik made serious allegations against NCB and called his son-in-law innocent.

Nawab Malik said – my son-in-law was framed

Nawab Malik, while addressing a press conference on Thursday, strongly attacked the BJP and NCB. He said that BJP people are making false allegations that Nawab Malik’s son-in-law is a drug dealer. My son-in-law has been framed at the behest of BJP. He said that NCB is also taking action from political point of view. Not only this, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also attacked me. He further said that ever since I exposed the connection between Bhanushali and BJP, BJP is attacking me. The NCP leader said that after the arrest of Shahista Furniturewalla in January, there were raids in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Bangalore, Muchhad Paan Wale. Rampur was also raided, which was related to my son-in-law.

NCB does not know the difference between ganja and tobacco

Nawab Malik said that what was told by NCB to be 200 kg of ganja turned out to be tobacco. He said that the biggest question is that such a big agency is not able to differentiate between tobacco and ganja. Malik said that according to my knowledge, these agencies have an instant testing kit from which it is known whether the recovered item is covered under the NDPS Act or not. He said that I do not know how NCB is working.

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