Drugs gang: Salman Khan’s name linked with KWAN company
Drug ruckus, which raised its head in the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput death case, is now seen to be a trap for film personalities. The names of many film actresses have started appearing in this drug trap. The names of Karishma Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan and Rakul Preet Singh figure prominently in this list, including Deepika Padukone. Now, according to the reports coming out, Salman Khan’s name is also seen in this list. In fact, many media reports are saying that Salman Khan’s treasury also shares in Quan Talent Company caught in the drugs controversy. As soon as these news came to the fore, there was an uproar on social media.
Kwan is a talent management company with which Jaya Saha, the manager of Sushant Singh Rajput, was associated. After Shruti Modi’s interrogation with NCB, Dhruva of the investigating agency has also started tightening on Dhruv, the CEO of his company Kwan. Now NCB is also questioning Dhruv. Meanwhile, such news began to appear in which Salman Khan’s company is being said to have shares in Cowan Company. Commenting on these reports, the producer of Dabangg 2 and Veere Di Wedding, Nikhil Dwivedi has also jumped into the fray.
Nikhil Dwivedi has defended Salman Khan, writing, ‘This news is completely false, concocted and false. Salman Khan or any of his associate companies are not part of Kwan. This is such information that can be easily collected in today’s environment and a big news channel has not even confirmed this news. Sad, embarrassing ‘Nikhil Dwivedi’s tweet can be seen below.
At present, three central agencies of the country are involved in the investigation of Sushant Singh Rajput death case. However, the action of the Narcotics Control Bureau appears to be the fastest in this case. While the CBI and ED are still working to know the truth of the death case.