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Devendra Fadnavis allowed underworld to flourish, protected fake currency rackets, claims Nawab Malik

The confrontation in Maharashtra politics is much from over. Accusation and counter-accusations have shifted from Nawab Malik and NCB officer Sammer Wankhede to Nawab Malik and his political rival Devendra Fadnavis.

As promised earlier, NCP chief Nawab Malik on Wednesday morning dropped a ‘hydrogen bomb’ in a press convention alleging former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis of getting underworld connections. 

Nawab Malik in his presser alleged that the previous Chief Minister allowed the underworld to flourish within the metropolis and likewise protected a number of fake currency rackets publish demonetisation on November 8, 2016.

Nawab Malik didn’t cease right here. The Maharashtra minister additionally accused Devendra Fadnavis of protecting prison Munna Yadav and having a reference to the underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s aide Riyaz Bhati.

The expose comes a day after Fadnavis alleged a doubtful land deal involving Malik, his relations, and two convicts of the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case over a decade in the past, which the politician has denied.

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Fadnavis alleged that an organization of Malik and his relations had bought land in suburban Kurla at a really low cost charge by way of fictitious paperwork from two convicts of the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case.

Addressing the media, Malik stated, “I’m fighting against a man who is framing innocent people in fake cases. Devendra Fadnavis is not only diverting my issue but also trying to defend one officer (NCB official Sameer Wankhede).”

It is due to the friendship between NCB official Sameer Wankhede and Devendra Fadnavis that prison actions flourished in Mumbai and Maharashtra throughout the BJP authorities’s tenure, Nawab Malik alleged.

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Nawab Malik went on to say that Rs 25 crore was sought to launch Aryan Khan when the cruise ship was raided, however later the events settled for Rs 18 crore. Why was Aryan Khan invited on the cruise within the first place?

“Asking for ransom is a crime, but paying money to free their innocent son is not a crime. I will request everyone to come forward and cooperate with the SIT to unearth the truth behind the cruise ship raid,” Malik was quoted as saying.

The NCP chief additionally stated that he nonetheless has plenty of bombs left with him. “Will drop some in the Vidhan Sabha too,” Nawab Malik added.

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