new Delhi. The Samajwadi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan has targeted those who targeted Bollywood after the drugs angle surfaced in the investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The SP MP indirectly targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Ravi Kishan (Ravi Kishan) and said that he is making holes in the plate he ate.
In fact, on the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament, Ravi Kishan raised the issue of narcotics in the Lok Sabha. BJP MP Ravi Kishan from UP-based Gorakhpur on Monday claimed that neighboring countries China and Pakistan are smuggling narcotics to ruin the young generation of India and that a large number of film industry people are involved in this drug addiction Huh. Rajya Sabha MP from Samajwadi Party Jaya Bachchan has reacted strongly to this claim of Kishan.
Jaya Bachchan said without a name, ‘People engaged in the film industry are instigating through social media. People who have made a name in the industry have called it a drain. I completely disagree. I hope that the government will tell such people not to use such language.
Jaya Bachchan said, ‘Just because some people are bad you cannot tarnish the image of the entire industry. I am ashamed that one of our members in the Lok Sabha, who has a connection with the film industry, spoke against it. it’s embarrassing.’ He said, ‘The film industry is a source of employment for the people. It has always come forward to help the government. Therefore, I request you to support the industry.
Significantly, Ravi Kishan said that it has been infiltrated into our film industry and NCB is investigating it. BJP MP from Gorakhpur said, “My demand is that strict action should be taken in this matter and the conspiracy of China and Pakistan should be stopped.”
‘A conspiracy is being hatched to ruin our youth-
According to the Kishan news agency PTI, the Gorakhpur MP said,’ A conspiracy is being hatched to ruin our youth. It is unfortunate that our neighbors are involved in this conspiracy. Every year huge amounts of narcotics are smuggled from Pakistan and China and they are transported to the people with the help of local criminals.
He said, ‘Due to the strictness of the central government, many cases of smuggling have come up and it is very sad that a large number of people of our film industry are also involved in this. Our younger generation follows in the footsteps of film stars and through this, they learn many unwanted things. ‘