Mumbai: State govt upgrades minister Nawab Malik's security after threat calls - Know everything about Y+ security

01:54 PM Oct 14, 2021 | Sanjay Jog

The Maharashtra government has upgraded the security cover of minister Nawab Malik. Malik will be given Y+ security.

Last week Malik had conducted a press conference questioning presence of BJP functionaries during raid at luxury cruse ship along the Mumbai coast, since the press conference he allegedly receiving threat call from different states.


What is Y security?


Earlier the NCP leader had been alloted a armed police guard for his protection but after the threats his security details has been upgraded to Y+ category, as per the Y+ category an API or PSI rank officer will be in charge of his security who along with four armed police guards and a pilot car, four armed police guards will be there at his residence.

Days, after he conducted a press conference regarding the NCB's action Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik conducted a press conference in connection with the agency's action against his son-in-law.

Speaking to the media, Malik said that the agency has allegedly trapped his son in law Sameer Khan and others in drug seizure cases. He also reiterated that the NCB is framing people to gain publicity.

Sameer Khan was arrested on 13 January in a case of seizure of 200 kg of high-quality ganja from the residence of British national Karan Sajnani, in which a celebrity manager Rahila Furniturewala and her sister Shaista Furniturewala, as well as co-owner of Mucchad Paanwala Ramkumar Tiwari, had also been arrested.

A Special NDPS Court in September granted bail to Sameer Khan in connection with a drugs case.

"The court order has helped removal of the stigma that he and his family had gone through due to the NCB move and the news being planted in the press and media," added.

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