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"Trying To Frame Me Like…": Maharashtra Minister After Recce Tweets


'Trying To Frame Me Like...': Maharashtra Minister After Recce Tweets

Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik has alleged some persons are attempting to border him in a false case. (File)

Mumbai:

Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik has alleged some persons are attempting to border him in a false case. The Nationalist Congress Social gathering, or NCP, chief yesterday tweeted images of what he claimed have been males who’ve been happening rounds close to his Mumbai dwelling for a recce on him.

Mr Malik, who has been attacking the centre on the Narcotics Management Bureau’s dealing with of the Mumbai drugs-on-cruise case as a weapon to tarnish Maharashtra, has now alleged some persons are attempting to border him “like Anil Deshmukh.”

Mr Deshmukh can also be an NCP chief and former Maharashtra Residence Minister; he faces cash laundering prices and is being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate and the Central Bureau of Investigation.

“It looks like some individuals wish to implicate me in a false case like Anil Deshmukh. I’ll complain to the Mumbai Police Commissioner and Residence Minister Amit Shah and demand an investigation. I’ve strong proof how some persons are attempting to implicate me (in a false case),” Mr Malik mentioned at present.

“To attempt to implicate a minister in a false case is a really severe matter. This wants correct investigation,” he added.

In tweets yesterday, Mr Malik posted images of two males in a hatchback who he claimed have been doing a recce outdoors his dwelling. One of many males within the automobile was seen holding a digital digicam.

“These individuals have been doing recce of my home for the previous few days on this car. If anybody is aware of them please let me know. Those that are on this image, I wish to inform them that in order for you any details about me, then I’ll give all data,” Mr Malik tweeted.

A medicine case involving Mr Malik’s son-in-law was amongst six transferred out of the NCB’s Mumbai unit earlier this month, and handed to a particular investigation workforce led by senior police officer Sanjay Singh.

The instances have been transferred after extortion allegations in opposition to NCB zonal director, Sameer Wankhede, who was heading the six investigations, together with the drugs-on-cruise case which led to the arrest of actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and others. They have been launched on bail.

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