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Shut Down NCB Mumbai Branch, Arrest Officers In Aryan Khan Case: Shiv Sena

Mumbai: Shiv Sena, in its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’, said that the Mumbai branch of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) should be shut down. It further demanded that following the release of the Bombay High Court’s bail order in the Aryan Khan case, the officers allegedly involved in extortion should be arrested.

It has been said in the editorial that the game being played by the central investigative agencies in Maharashtra is being exposed. The Bombay High Court, while granting bail to Aryan Khan, had found that no evidence of drug abuse or consumption was found against him.

It has been said in the editorial that the game being played by the central investigative agencies in Maharashtra is being exposed. The Bombay High Court, while granting bail to Aryan Khan, had found that no evidence of drug abuse or consumption was found against him.

Stating that the High Court had observed that even in Aryan Khan’s WhatsApp chat, no evidence of conspiracy was found, the editorial says, “This means that the NCB team had manufactured all this and put Aryan Khan and others in jail unnecessarily for 20 to 25 days.”

Stating that the NCB has become a ransom-taking gang, the editorial claimed that the reputation of the central probe agencies has been tarnished due to the revelations that come out against the NCB every day.

The editorial said that the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are supporting the extortion being done by the NCB officials.

Further, Shiv Sena lauded Nawab Malik for exposing the acts of the NCB team with evidence and said that Malik has done well to Maharashtra.

There is an outcry against the anti-drug agency in Maharashtra for allegedly implicating film stars, their children, businessmen, politicians among others in false cases.

Furthermore, the editorial states that the Aryan Khan case has brought such a bad light to NCB, the NCB office in Mumbai should be closed and his team sent on leave.

“Aryan Khan was implicated in the ‘cruise ship drugs’ case to divert people’s attention from issues like farmers’ agitation, anger against inflation. The Rs 25 crore extortion case that has come out is astonishing,” the editorial concludes.

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