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A Mumbai court on Saturday rejected the bail plea of Sameer Khan, son-in-law of Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik in the drugs case. Khan, arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on 13 January, was remanded to 14 days judicial custody on 18 January. Later, his custody was extended.
Earlier, the prosecutor said that the NCB had found evidence from Sameer about some chats indicating that he was planning to mix CBD oil and other chemicals with marijuana.
The NCB prosecutor stated that “We have come to know that there were several transactions between Karan and Sameer Khan, which were more than Rs 20,000. He was involved in the drug business, so we implemented the NDPS Act and 27A for harassment is.
Nawab Malik said in a tweet on 14 January, “No one is above the law and it should be enforced without any discrimination. The law will take its proper steps and justice will be done. I respect and I am unwavering in our judiciary believe.”
The ground of interesting electoral battle in Assam is ready. An interesting contest of alliances led by BJP and Congress can be seen here. The pressure of local equations on both sides is such that these parties are forced to give different shape to their issues and strategy here.
The BJP, which makes CAA an issue in the country, is in a state of confusion over both the issue and the face. The party seems to be avoiding the CAA here. At the same time, the pressure of the supporters of Hemant Vishwa Sharma and the growing stature of Dilip Saikia has been seen on the face of Sarbananda Sonowal.
On the other hand, the Congress, which has been looking for soft Hindutva for some time, is standing here with Badruddin Ajmal’s party. On this pretext, the BJP is once again accusing the Congress of Muslim-dominated politics. There is no consensus about any face in Congress.
Experts say that this time in the election of Assam, many interesting equations can be seen. Experts say that once the elections are declared, the situation will be more clear. But there is no unilateral fight. Every party is embroiled in a spate of leaders’ ambitions and emotional issues.