Aryan Khan bail: Nawab Malik tweets “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost after Aryan Khan was granted bail

Publish Date: 29 Oct, 2021 |
 

Nawab Malik's new Tweet

Aryan Khan was granted bail in Mumbai Cruise Drug Case by the Bombay High Court on Thursday. Meanwhile Maharshtra’s minister Nawab Malik, who had been very active throughout the case, once again commented through his tweet and wrote in Hindi, “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost.”

Since the raid was conducted on cruise ship at International Cruise Terminal in Mumbai by the NCB under the leadership of Sameer Wankhede and the arrest of Aryan Khan, Nawab Malik has constantly been targeting and raising allegations on NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede.

Nawab Malik's allegations on Sameer Wankhede

Nawab Malik accused Sameer Wankhede of using fraudulent ways to get a forged Caste Certificate so that he could get job in Indian Revenue Services(IRS) under the Scheduled Caste Category. He also raised extortion charges on Wankhede. After Aryan was granted bail, Malik said that the case was fake and Aryan could have been granted bail by the lower court.

Nawab Malik also said that at the time when Sameer Wankhede entered the IRS, he was a muslim and shared the pictures of his ‘Nikah’ ceremony.

Aryan Khan and friends granted Bail

Aryan Khan, Munmun Dutta and Arbaaz Merchant were granted bail by the Bombay High court on Thursday. Following the bail order, celebrations started outside Mannat. Aryan’s sister Suhana Khan also shared pictures of their childhood and captioned it, “I love u”. A picture was also released on social media in which Shah Rukh Khan could be seen smiling with his legal team. SRK is all set to celebrate his birthday on November 2 and now Aryan will be able to accompany him in celebrations and will also be able to celebrate Diwali at Mannat.

 

 

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