Will Expose Malik’s Connection With Underworld: Fadnavis

Mumbai : Former Maharashtra Minister Devendra Fadnavis denies allegations made by Nawab Malik. He denis that he has any links with drug mafia and claims that he will expose Malik’s link with the underworld.

The photo tweeted by Malik was apparently taken during the recording of Amruta Fadnavis’ river anthem project in 2018. Nawab Malik said Rana was the finance head of the project. Amruta is the wife of Devendra Fadnavis.

Addressing a press conference, Devendra Fadnavis said the photos tweeted by Nawab Malik were of a person hired by an organisation called River March.

“This person clicked pictures with everyone, including my wife and me,” Devendra Fadnavis said. “My wife works in the social field and is known to be outspoken. So when they can’t attack me, they attack my wife. We won’t cross decency but we will reply,” Fadnavis said.

The BJP leader also said he would soon expose Nawab Malik’s links with the underworld.

“Those who have connections with the underworld shouldn’t speak. I will soon expose Malik’s links with the underworld. He started the game, wait for Diwali to get over,” Fadnavis said.

Fadnavis claims that Malik has done so to weaken the case of his Son-In-Law.

Nawab Malik’s son-in-law Sameer Khan was arrested on January 13 this year by NCB in connection with a drugs case. Khan was granted bail on September 27, after eight months in prison.

“I will bring out things that have not been brought out before. Devendra Fadnavis never speaks without proof. I don’t have a reputation of retracting allegations,” he said.

Earlier Nawab Malik has also triggered allegations on NCB in the Aryan Khan Drugs Case. He alleged that Sameer Wankhede and his people plant drug which are present in Wankhede’s office. He also claimed that Sameer Wankhede and his family runs an extortion racket. A probe is going on against Sameer Wankhede by authorities.

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