Salman Khan’s ex, Somy Ali, REACT with force: “Drugs will never go away, just like prostitution”


Former Bollywood actress Somy Ali, who dated superstar Salman Khan in the 1990s, has expressed her anger and utter disappointment over Aryan Khan’s drug case. Reacting strongly to the kind of treatment the 23-year-old faces from the Narcotics Control Bureau (BNC), Somy said drugs and prostitution will never go away because both are easily accessible. Also Read – Aryan Khan Drug Case: KRK Calls Ananya Panday “World’s Biggest Fool”, Predicts NCB May Call Shanaya Kapoor Soon

In his open letter, published by India Today, Somy posed tough questions to Aryan Khan’s accusers. She said that Aryan is being targeted only because he is the son of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan. She also spoke of trying the herb because of peer pressure and how it was readily available until the mid-19th century “to relieve human pain and suffering.” Also Read – Kajol faces heat to celebrate Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’s 26th birthday as Shah Rukh Khan grapples with Aryan Khan’s drug case

“If you are an educated, worldly person who believes in statistics, your intellect will guide you to learn that drugs will never go away, just like prostitution. I have always been in favor of decriminalizing both for this same reason. law enforcement hasn’t been a deterrent to drugs or prostitution, and I’m making this analogy intentionally because both are readily available, ”Somy wrote. Read also – New blow in the drug case of Aryan Khan: the custody of the son of Shah Rukh Khan extended until October 30

Somy clarified that although she does not promote drug use, she knows that “millions of adolescents, young men and women, and anyone who wants to, is addicted and addicted recreational drugs “. She also admitted to trying weed at the age of 15 due to peer pressure while in the US and once again in Bangalore with the late Divya Bharti while filming their movie.

Expressing support for Aryan, SRK and Gauri, Somy said: “But, it’s not about my drug history, it’s about a 23-year-old who is being dragged through the mud only because ‘he is the son of significantly famous parents. I will admit that I cannot plead anyone’s innocence or guilt, because I do not have facts or enough evidence to announce my personal verdict because I am neither a judge nor a jury in the literal sense. But I will say this, Aryan and other young men and women his age will experiment with drugs as is simply called being a young adult or a human. haters and trolls, whom I consider miserable beings demeaning others where their own lives are in utter chaos, I only feel sadness for Aryan. I feel pain for his parents because I cannot start to imagine what they have to endure when their son is trained in this mess. If he was in the wrong place at the wrong time, or if he tried drugs. recently is not a deterrent when it comes to drugs. They throw this young man under the bus to distract from their inadequacies and lack of police work. Concrete example: the Sakinaka case. “

Somy concluded by saying: “My personal verdict is to let Aryan go back to his parents. Again, we are humans, and we will continue to make mistakes or we will find ourselves in sticky situations where we have no idea. of what the outcome would be. My thoughts and prayers are with Shah Rukh and Gauri and, of course, Aryan. Justice be served if the corrupt law enforcement agencies find better ways to hide their inefficiencies. “

Leaving Aryan Khan no respite, a special NDPS court extended his custody to October 30 on Thursday, even though his request for bail is due to be presented to the Bombay High Court on October 26.

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