Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury launched a scathing attack on the BJP saying politics killed Sushant Singh Rajput and called NCB’s Bollywood drug probe as “rescuer” for the saffron party ahead of Bihar polls.
Chowdhury said that Sushant Singh Rajput episode failed to yield the desired result for BJP party in Bihar and now the drug probe can be the rescuer for them.
“CBI and ED are no more in the picture, now NCB has hogged the limelight. NCB, what are you investigating? Narcotics? How much amount of contraband materials has been unearthed so far? Have you not found any terrorist link? Bogus! at least UAPA or NSA could be slapped?” tweeted Adhir.
NCB, what are you investigating? Narcotics? How much amount of contraband materials has been unearthed so far? Have you not found any terrorist link? Bogus! at least UAPA or NSA could be slapped?
— Adhir Chowdhury (@adhirrcinc) September 25, 2020
‘SSR case failed to yield desired result for BJP in Bihar’
He further said that Bihar vote is announced and the saffron party needs something very urgent and electorally delectable materials. Chowdhury’s statement comes after Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said that the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and the resultant investigations into the drug cases would be “politicised during the Bihar elections”.
“It was a long-planned drama… The Bihar government does not have any developmental or governance issues to speak about… They have started campaigning with posters of Sushant. So, it’s obvious why the Sushant case and drugs matters were blown out of proportion,” Raut said.
‘CBI and ED are no more in the picture’
Questioning NCB’s drug probe Raut reminded the agency that its role is to stop the cross-border smuggling of narcotics from various countries into India by air, sea or surface routes.
“But, here they are coming and interrogating individuals… It’s their prerogative to summon anyone… But the drug menace seems to be all-pervading,” he said.
In which field, there is no addiction? Some have an addiction to money, some have other addictions, asked Raut.
Source: Times Now