Major twist in Aryan Khan Case, as BJP leader makes sensational comments against Nawab Malik

Mumbai : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Mohit Kamboj has alleged a fake narrative is being created around the drugs-on-cruise case involving Aryan Khan. According to sources, Kamboj has claimed that some Maharashtra Minister are in the deck to extort money from Khans and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has links to the high profile drugs case.

NCP Spokesperson Nawab Malik has called the allegations an “unsuccessful attempt to misguide and divert the attention from the truth”. He further said he will “reveal the truth” tomorrow.

“BIGGEST EXPOSE in the history of Maharashtra in this Press Conference,” Kamboj tweeted.

The BJP leader claimed a man named Sunil Patil, who he says is an NCP leader close to former state home minister Anil Deshmukh, is the mastermind behind the conspiracy in the case.

“Sunil Patil sent a WhatsApp message to Sam D’Souza on October 1 and told him that he had leads on 27 people who were going to consume illegal drugs at a cruise party and asked Mr Patil to get him in touch with someone from the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB),” Kamboj said.

“Mr D’Souza then spoke to officer V.V Singh from the anti-drugs agency and informed him about the sale and consumption of drugs in the cruise party,” he added alleging that Patil asked D’Souza to get a person named Kiran Gosavi to coordinate with the NCB for action in the case.

Demanding the NCP to clarify its relations with Sunil Patil and drug peddlers, he specially named Nawab Malik and asked what he was doing at Lalit hotel with Patil.

NCP leader Nawab Malik has, however, rubbished the allegations.

The name of Sam D’Souza features in the drugs-on-cruise case in which Aryan Khan was arrested along with several others.

D’Souza had claimed in a plea that Kiran Gosavi, a witness of the anti-drugs agency in the case, had taken Rs 50 lakh from the Bollywood superstar’s manager to get his son released.

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