News of the arrest is false! Sujan Khan rose against the media

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BanglaHunt Desk: It was known yesterday, Corona (coronaHrithik Roshan's ex-wife Suzanne Khan, Indian cricketer Suresh Raina and singer Guru Randhawa have been arrested by Mumbai police for allegedly partying in a nightclub. Uddhav Thackeray arrested 34 people, including the stars, on charges of partying ignoring the government's night curfew. Mumbai police raided a nightclub in Mumbai and made the arrest.

This time, Sujan Khan completely denied her arrest and went on a rampage against the media. He made a big statement on his social media handle. Suzanne writes, ‘Last night I went to a close friend’s birthday dinner and some of us went to JW Marriott’s Dragon Fly Club. The police came to the club at half past two in the night. Discussions were going on between the club authorities and the police, at which time the guests were asked to wait in the middle of the club for three hours. '


“We were released at 6 in the morning,” she wrote. So the news of our arrest given by some news media is completely wrong and irresponsible. I don't know why we were told to wait or what the problem was between the club and the police. I have the utmost respect for the Mumbai Police, without their relentless efforts we Mumbaikars could not have been safe. '

It is learned that a team of Mumbai Police raided a nightclub in Andheri, Mumbai at around 3 am on the 22nd. Sujan Khan, Guru Randhaba and Suresh Raina were arrested from there. Of the 34 arrested, 19 were from Delhi and Punjab. The rest are known to be from South Bombay.

It is learned that the rapper king was also present at the night club. But realizing the opportunity, he escaped with dust in the eyes of the police. According to Mumbai Police sources, they have been receiving complaints from various nightclubs for some time for violating the Corona Rules. So all of a sudden they did this raid.

It is learned that cases have been filed against 34 people, including the stars, under sections 18, 269 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code. However, they have been released on bail for now.

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