Samir Khan, the son-in-law of Maharashtra’s cabinet minister Nawab Malik, was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drugs case on Wednesday. An official of the central company mentioned that Malik’s son-in-law Sameer Khan was called to the NCB workplace in Ballard Estate, South Mumbai for questioning. Khan reached the round at 10 am and was arrested after several hours of questioning.
Sources mentioned that the company summoned him after an accused in the drugs case and the alleged on-line transaction of Rs 20,000 between the two was kept here for a benign. In this case, British citizen Karan Sajanani and two others were arrested last week with 200 kg of narcotics. Significantly, on Tuesday, the company arrested Ramkumar Tiwari, the owner of a house in Mumbai’s much talked about Mookh Panwala store.
Mumbai’s ‘Mustad Paun Wala’ store owner to get bail in drugs case
In contrast, a Mumbai court on Wednesday granted bail to Ramkumar Tiwari, arrested in a drug-related case. Tiwari is the co-owner of Mumbai’s much-known store “Muchhad Paan Wala”. The Metropolitan Magistrate’s court granted bail to Tiwari on a bond of Rs 15,000. The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Tuesday arrested Ramkumar Tiwari in a drug-related case. Located in Kemps Corner, South Mumbai, this paan shop can be very famous as a result of some celebrities at this place.
Three people have been arrested along with a British citizen
The NCB had noted that Tiwari’s title cropped up during a proper investigation in a drug-related case. He was questioned for several hours by the NCB on 11 January in this case. He was arrested on 12 January. On Saturday, three people, along with one British nationwide, were arrested from suburban Khar and Bandra areas with 200 kg of narcotics. The seized drugs included narcotics such as ganja, ‘OG Kush’ (a kind of hash) and mariaxa. Some of them have been introduced to America.