Nagma indirectly taunts Kangana Ranaut, says ‘Why hasn’t NCB summoned her who has admitted to taking drugs?’

Actress and politician Nagma has recently shared a tweet in which she lashes out at NCB for damaging the image of top actresses.

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NCB unearthed a whole Bollywood Drug Nexus while investigating Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. The probe was started of as a possibility of a supposed drug angle which later turned out to be trouble for all those who are linked to drugs. The agency arrested the late actor’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik, former house manager Samuel Miranda, and Dipesh Sawant on charges of the procurement of drugs. Now, in the past few days some big names of Bollywood has come out, leaving everyone shocked. Few names were taken by Rhea Chakraborty while her interrogation, and a few names came out as there alleged drug chats surfaced.

Not only that, but the agency has recovered a few more names after Jaya Saha’s interrogation as well. NCB is now in full action and has sent summons to  Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh based on the same.

Meanwhile actress and politician Nagma has indirectly taunted Kangana Ranaut, in her recent tweet. She wants to know the reason behind NCB not summoning Ranaut, who also admitted to taking drugs. Nagma also lashed out at the agency for leaking the information of the top female actresses and trying to their vilify their image.

Here’s her tweet:

Now, Nagma has again attacked NCB by calling it ‘selective’, she took it to her twitter handle for same. She further demanded a reason behind the selective outrage when the actress (Kangana Ranaut), who is continuously tweeting against others, has admitted to consumed drugs herself.
Here’s her tweet:

According to the reports of Pinkvilla, the NCB is all set to conduct further raids as talent manager Jaya Saha has allegedly named a few more A-listers from Bollywood in connection with the drug angle.

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