Mumbai Cruise Drug Case: Nawab Malik accuses Fadnavis of supporting extortion in the state

Publish Date: 11 Nov, 2021 |
 

The Political Brawl in Mumbai Drug Bust Case isn’t coming to rest even after Aryan Khan has been given bail. But now, NCP leader and minister Nawab Malik and former CM Devendra Fanavis have entered the case and are levelling serious allegations against each other. 

NCP leader Nawab Malik conducted a press conference today and showered serious allegations against him. Malik said that because of Fadnavis’ blessings (support) the business of extortion and fake notes was going on in Maharashtra. Be it a matter of builders or fight,extortion was received in all cases. He also said that if the state government used to receive any call from the underworld, it used to end the matter right there.

Malik also said that the government under CM Devendra Fadnavis appointed criminals in government commissions or boards. He made a reference of Munna Yadav and said that he is a goon of Nagpur and was appointed as the head of Construction board. He has all kind of cases registered against him including that of murder. Nawab Malik also made a reference of Sameer Wankhede and accused former CM of trying to protect Sameer Wankhede because he is close to him.

Malik added that on November 8, 2016 when PM Modi announced the decision of demonetising Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes, he had said that the decision will help in stopping terrorism, fake notes and black money. Post this, fake notes were seized from all over India but from November 8, 2016 to November 8, 2017 because Devendra Fadnavis was protecting them.

Earlier Devendra Fadnavis had alleged that people from Nawab Malik’s family have bought land from people belonging to underworld. He also said that land was bought from Dawood at a cheaper cost. 

 

 

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