Why was Aryan Khan arrested? NCB’s supercop said – we do not take action by looking at our status

During the ongoing investigation into the drugs case of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede has given his reaction to the reports in which NCB Questions were raised about the credibility of the NCB.

The Rave Party on Cruise has now taken a political turn, with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Wednesday alleging that the NCB’s raid on a cruise ship off the Mumbai coast on October 2 was fake and this No drugs were found during this period. The party also questioned the presence of two other persons with the NCB team during the raid and said that one of them is a member of BJP.

In response to the allegations of Nawab Malik, Sameer Wankhede has said, ‘Let us tell you that we have given 9 names, who have done Panchnama. All the actions have been taken within the ambit of the law.

Wankhede has now responded to these allegations and said that NCB has issued a press release in this regard, but still saying, ‘Our agency is very competent and professional. For us, the NDPS Act is more important than any person or his status.

In its statement, the NCB has said on the question raised on the presence of those two people ‘Manish Bhanushali and Kiran Gosavi that they were among more than half a dozen eyewitnesses present there who were witnesses of the rave party raid, due to which the political party is now blaming the agency.

Responding to the allegations of NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik, the Deputy Director General of NCB, Dnyaneshwar Singh, has termed those remarks as baseless and said that this is a malicious attempt to malign the image of the agency in retaliation for the old action of NCB.

Responding to the reports of Aryan not getting drugs in the raids on the cruise, he said, ‘Our main goal is to root out the issue. Apart from the drug supply chain, rehabilitation is also an issue that we are facing. Our main objective is to make Maharashtra and Goa completely drug free. Whenever we have received any input, we have taken action on it without looking at the name and personality.

Counting his work in the last several years, the NCB Chief said, ‘It is our responsibility to eradicate the menace of drugs from here. Talking about last year’s figures, NCB performed brilliantly in India. We booked around 106 cases, arrested over 300 people ranging from hard core drug suppliers to peddlers. We have dismantled two factories, one of which was in Dongri. We have also attached the financial and other properties of drug peddlers. We also busted 12 syndicates. We have tried our best to eliminate whoever has broken the rules of the NDPC Act and has created a drug supplier chain.


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