Maharashtra State Minister Nawab Malik snapped random photos on Friday during a meeting between family members of Mumbai Anti-Drug Bureau Director Sameer Wankedi and BJP leader Keret Somaya, saying that “the genie is out of the bottle”. Malik, who has brought a slew of allegations against Wankedi in the context of a drug case on a ship, has accused the BJP of misusing central agencies to discredit Maharashtra and the Mumbai-based Hindi film industry. Aryan Khan, son of superstar Shah Rukh Khan, is one of the accused in the drug case, Malik told reporters here, that Sameer Wankidi’s wife had written a letter to the PM yesterday asking for his support by playing the Marathi card, but in the evening, the whole family met the Bharatiya Party leader Janata Keret toxicity. This means that the genie is out of the bottle.
“I have already raised questions about the BJP’s unease when I was targeting a National Central Bank official for his alleged involvement in fraud. Kranti Redkar, Wankidi’s wife, has written a letter to Prime Minister Udhav Thackeray, seeking justice in the wake of the attack” on her family and personal life.
Redkar, Wankidi’s father and sister met on Thursday afternoon with Somaya, who later tweeted her picture with family members and claimed they were disturbed by the pessimistic attacks by Nawab Malik, the state minister, who called the tourist drug case “fake”, accused Wankidi of fraud. Documents for a government job and lying about his religion, among other things. The IRS officer and his family denied all the allegations.
Detailing his allegations of alleged BJP involvement in the episode surrounding the cruise drug arrest, the Maharashtra state minister said that Kiran Gosavi, a witness (from the National Central Bank) in the arrest of Aryan Khan, had a partnership with BJP leader in some companies. . “He is already facing allegations of extortion, corruption and kidnapping. Gosavi (who was arrested by Pune police in fraud case) alone will reveal many things about the BJP. I have more explosive information which I will reveal in the winter session of the state legislature.” Malik alleged that the BJP had misused the central agencies of defamation of Maharashtra and the Indian film industry.
The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, also tried to woo the Hindi film industry to plead with them to switch to his state. There, is Yogi Aadityanath trying to set up a UPHood there?. The minister said the film industry here creates jobs for millions of people, and you can’t harass them for not switching to UP.