Bollywood and its drug connections have come into the limelight since the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. This controversy has become more important, those leaders sitting in the house, have now made it a political issue. In this episode, Ravi Kishan had said that he will abolish drugs from Bollywood. There was also a sharp reaction from Jaya Bachchan on his statement. She said ‘jiss thaali mai khaate hain, usi mai cheedd karte hai’.
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This verbal war is not over yet from both the sides. Now, Ravi Kishan has again emphasized his statement. He has said that whichever plate has poison, holes will be made in it. He wrote in his tweet – ‘the plate which contains poison has to be pierced. Senior actor politicians should cooperate in this. There was no chemical poison in Jaya Ji’s time, but now it is. The great generation of our beautiful industry is under their grip. We have to save it’.
Drug dispute linked to cleanliness campaign
At the same time, during the conversation, Ravi Kishan has given his statement as correct. He said- ‘I raised my voice for a few people. I raised my voice as an MP, which was given a different weight. Jaya ji belongs to the SP party, she used to talk about it that way. Our party’s campaign is cleanliness. We will clear the drugs from the industry now. This is our responsibility’.
Now it is clear from the statements of Ravi Kishan that he is standing on his stand and will continue to speak openly on this issue. He will also raise this issue in the House and will keep giving statements in front of the media. In such a situation, reactions from Jaya Bachchan will also become inevitable and this dispute will become an issue of politics between the two parties.