Rhea Chakraborty slapped in jail, now it’s Aryan Khan: Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury calls politics behind Shah Rukh Khan’s son’s arrest | Hindi Film News

Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Saturday took to his Twitter handle to call out the politics behind the arrest of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan.

In a series of Tweets, he highlighted that the alacrity shown in the arrest of the star kid, was “conspicuously absent” in the Lakhimpur Kheri rape case involving Ashish Mishra, son of the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs.

Taking to Twitter, Chowdhury said, “The alacrity of the arrest of @iamsrk’s son who was allegedly a drug addicted child, was conspicuously absent in the arrest of Mr Ajay Mishra’s son, MoS Home affairs.”


“It’s interesting because Mr Mishra’s road child is allegedly broken down by the self-driving car in a vicious manner for the innocent protesting farmers. #LakhimpurKheri,” he added.

Noting the drug case that came out of the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and which led to actress Rhea Chakraborty spending a month in prison, she said that Aryan should not be awarded a serious punishment for “a toxic crime”.

“A few months ago Mrs Riya Chakroborty was detained and exiled in prison, now is the time for Aryan Khan,” he wrote.

“Equality of justice for all is enshrined in the preamble of the Constitution of India. Teen khan should not be awarded severe punishment for intoxicating crime,” he concluded.

His statement comes shortly after NCP leader Nawab Malik claimed political interference in the probe and noted that a total of 11 people had been detained, but “later, that night, 3 people were allowed to go by NCB officers.”

“This proves that the entire fraudulent raid on the ship was a pre-designed conspiracy to lure and trap high-profile individuals,” Malik said.

The Deputy Director General of the Office of Narcotics Management (NCB), Gyaneshwar Singh, responded to allegations that the raid was a “pre-planned conspiracy” at a press conference today.

Singh said, “All allegations leveled against NCB are unfounded, motivated, retrospective and biased. Such statements are based on false and malicious assumptions and assumptions given documents and documents. records produced by NCB persons. ”

Meanwhile, an update on the case indicates that Aryan, through his legal team, applied for bail at the Mumbai Court of Sessions a day after he was refused bail by the Magistrates court and sent to judicial custody for 14 days.