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Cruise party and drug case: Nawab Malik announces 'that' BJP office bearer

Maharashtra minority welfare minister Nawab Malik has announced to produce a video footage to prove his claims on Saturday in a press conferenceNationalist Congress Party (NCB) leader and Maharashtra minority welfare minister Nawab Malik on Friday has alleged that the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) let off the brother-in-law of a key Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader after officers from the agency received calls from the party leadership.Malik has announced to produce a video footage to prove his claims on On Friday, Malik alleged that 10 people were Detained by the NCB team during the raid, but two were let off after "intervention from higher level".
“One of them was the brother-in-law of a key BJP leader. Both of them were brought to NCB office, but were later allowed to go. NCB’s zonal director Sameer Wankhede had said after the raid that they had detained eight to 10 people. Why did he not give the specific number of detainees? Was he vague on the number because he had to free two people? We will produce a video-recording to prove that two detainees were freed from the NCB office and one of them was the relative of a high-profile BJP leader, ”he said. the Mumbai coast on Saturday night. At least 10 people were either detained or arrested, including Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan and two of his friends.in a press conference.
On Wednesday, Malik had alleged lapses in the raids on the cruise from where drugs were seized on October 2 and produced a video footage on the involvement of two private persons in the arrest of the accused in the rave party. The footage produced by Malik in a press conference showed that a BJP officer-bearer, Manish Bhanushali, and a person named Kiran Gosavi, who is facing criminal cases, were part of the NCB team which had arrested actor Shahrukh Khan's son Aryan and actor Arbaaz Merchant for their alleged involvement in the rave party. Malik had also raised questions over their presence during the raids and their handling of the accused.