Since October 2, Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has been in the news after being apprehended by the NCB during a cruise raid. While the star kid is still awaiting bail, netizens are split on whether they should support or accuse him during this predicament. Maharashtra minister Chhagan Bhujbal is the most recent to speak out about it.
After the lawmaker made a dig at the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), SRK decided to join the party. Continue reading to learn everything he had to say.
According to News18 Hindi, Maharashtra minister Chhagan Bhujbal slammed the BJP on Saturday over the narcotics seizure on the cruise ship earlier this month. If SRK joins the BJP, the NCP leader continues, “narcotics will become sugar.” His words, as quoted by news agency PTI were, “Drugs will become sugar powder if Shah Rukh Khan joins the BJP.”
Chhagan Bhujbal further claimed that a large shipment of drugs was intercepted in Gujarat’s Mundra port, but the Narcotics Control Bureau is pursuing Shah Rukh Khan and his son instead. At a recent Samata Parishad-NCP gathering, Bhujbal also claimed that the Maharashtra government enacted an ordinance on the OBC quota, but that it was challenged in court by a BJP functionary. He went on to inquire if the BJP opposed giving quota to the Other Backward Classes.
In other news, BJP chairman Chandrakant Patil responded to the allegations levelled against NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede lately. He added he should take “required action” so that politicians, especially NCP head Nawab Malik, understand the “repercussions.” Wankhede’s role in the recently led NCB cocaine bust has been targeted by Malik, the state minority affairs minister.