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Drug case: Samir Khan appears in court after arrest, found in NCB custody till January 18

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The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), which is investigating Bollywood drug rankings, on Wednesday night arrested Samir Khan, son-in-law of Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik, in a drug case.

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), which is investigating Bollywood drug rankings, on Wednesday night arrested Samir Khan, son-in-law of Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik, in a drug case. Samir Khan was produced in court on Thursday, where he has been remanded in NCB custody till January 16. At the same time, Karan Sajnani and Rahila Farnichwala have been remanded in NCB custody till January 1. According to the NCB, Sameer Khan’s name was questioned in the name of Karan Sajani, a British national arrested on January 19. Money transactions between Sameer and Sajnani as well as drug related chats were also found.

On January 13, Samir Khan was arrested in the evening after a day of interrogation at the NCB office. Samir Khan will be produced in court on Thursday for remand. Sameer Khan, who lives in Bandra, is said to be the son-in-law of Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik. Meanwhile, Nawab Malik tweeted and wrote that no one is above the law. The law must be applied equally to all without any discrimination. Nawab Malik also wrote with confidence in the judiciary.

Meanwhile, NCB sources said that the NCB has seized Samir Khan’s mobile phone. A search of Sameer Khan’s Bandra house has been going on since Thursday morning.

On January 9, the NCB claimed that 200 kg of cannabis and various strain buds had been recovered from British national Karan Sajnani and two sisters Rahila and Shaista. After questioning Karan, the NCB also arrested the famous Mushadh Panwala of Mumbai. One and a half kg horn given to Karan was recovered from Mushad Panwala’s warehouse.

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The court has already granted him and Shaista, one of the owners of Mushad Panwala, bail, along with Ramkumar Tiwari, who was arrested by the NCB. It is learned that Karan used to ask for ganj and some plants from Rampur in Uttar Pradesh and then sell the buds imported in it. An NCB team also went to Rampur.

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Before being brought to court, NCB lawyer Atul Sarpande said, “We will seek custody of Sameer Khan.” He has played the role of a drug cartel. It is suspected that he was involved in commercial activities. We will demand custody in view of his role under 27A. ‘

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