Aryan Khan Drug Case: Sushant Singh Rajput Family Lawyer Said This Big Thing While Targeting NCB

Sushant Singh Rajput Family Lawer Vikas Singh On Aryan Khan Drug Case:¬†Following the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, his lawyer Vikas Singh, who fought the case on his family’s behalf, recently criticised the Narcotics Control Bureau’s investigation approach (NCB). In an interview with NDTV, Vikas Singh stated that the NCB is eager to be in the media, and that not only that, but that all of these issues are being raised so that they can remain in the news.

In the recent year, NCB has questioned many of the Bollywood celebrities. WhatsApp chats and texts went viral on social media during this investigation. Many people believe Sameer Wankhede is to fault for the release of these conversations. Not only that, but in the affidavit, an NCB witness accuses Sameer of accepting a bribe.

Mumbai Police has also recorded the statement of Sameer Wankhede and investigation has started in this case. At the same time, Wankhede has denied any such allegation. He says that by doing so, an attempt is being made to influence the investigation of the drugs case. In this case, Sameer Wankhede has also approached the Bombay High Court.

In such a case, the court has granted an order requiring the police to issue a 72-hour summons before taking any action against Sameer Wankhede.

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Parties that are running in Delhi should be raided

Vikas Singh stated during his presentation of the Aryan Khan case that only small consumers are being targeted. Our children tell us that children in Delhi’s parties ingest a lot of drugs, according to Vikas Singh. If the NCB is looking into this, then the Delhi-based parties should be raided, as well as the offices of powerful people.

Vikas Singh, in a dig at NCB, stated that it is not right to chose Bollywood and give it a bad name. The attitude with which NCB is going is not right, much as Bollywood is full of drug addicts. Rather than catching large fish, labour is being done solely to divert attention.

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