Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil on Sunday requested NCP chief and minister Nawab Malik to cease issuing threats about an “expose” throughout the upcoming winter session of the state legislature.
Mr Malik has raised a slew of allegations towards Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede and had accused him of taking part in into the arms of the BJP.
He had additionally known as the raid carried out by the NCB on a cruise liner in Mumbai, during which medication have been allegedly recovered, earlier this month as faux.
“Malik can say whatever he wants to. Who has stopped you? He should stop giving threats,” Mr Patil informed reporters.
At a perform held in Vikramgad, the households of 26 BJP activists who misplaced their lives as a result of COVID-19 got monetary help.
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