NCP Minister Nawab Malik’s Son-In-Law Summoned By NCB
The NCB has summoned Sameer Khan to verify a 20,000 rupees transaction between him and one of the 200 crore rupees Muchhad Paanwala drugs case accused, Karan Sajnani
Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Nawab Malik’s son-in-law has landed himself in the net of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in connection with the Mucchad Paanwala drugs case, where 200 crore worth of illegal substance was seized by the authorities recently.
Nawab Malik is a member of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Minister of Maharashtra Minority Affairs and Skill Development. The agency confirmed that his relative Sameer Khan has been summoned to its office for questioning today. The officials have called Khan to verify a transaction of 20,000 rupees between him and British national Karan Sajnani, who was recently taken into custody for possession of 200 crore rupees worth of narcotics. It is suspected that the money was exchanged between the two men to purchase drugs.
Along with Karan, two women, Rahila and Shaista Furniturewala were also arrested after their homes were raided on Saturday. According to the three accused, the drugs that included Ganja, OG Kush and curated Marijuana were being supplied to the famous Mucchad Paanwala shop in the posh Kemps Corner location in south Mumbai. On Tuesday, the anti-drugs department detained Ram Kumar Tiwari, one of the owners of the popular joint. Tiwari was produced in a court and sent to 14 days judicial custody.
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