Will leave Mumbai forever if any drug links found: Kangana Ranaut dares Maharashtra govt to probe ex's claims

Will leave Mumbai forever if any drug links found: Kangana Ranaut dares Maharashtra govt to probe ex's claims

As the Maharashtra government said it would be opening a probe into allegations that Kangana Ranaut consumed drugs, the actress replied that she is more than happy to oblige the Mumbai Police.

The actress also said that she is willing to appear for a drug test and have her call records examined. She added that if any links are found between her and the drug nexus, she will leave Mumbai forever.

Tweeting a reply to Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Kangana Ranaut wrote, "I am more than happy to oblige Mumbai Police. Anil Deshmukh, please do my drug tests, investigate my call records if you find any links to drug peddlers ever I will accept my mistake and leave Mumbai forever, looking forward to meeting you ."

As the face-off between actor Kangana Ranaut and the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra continues, the state government on Tuesday ordered an inquiry into the alleged drug nexus based on an old interview of her ex-boyfriend Adhyayan Suman.

In the interview, Adhyayan Suman had reportedly claimed that Kangana Ranaut had asked him to consume drugs.

Confirming the latest development, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh told India Today that the state government has ordered a probe into Kangana-drug nexus.

Now, Adhyayan Suman has said that he does not want to be a part of the tussle between the state government and his ex Kangana Ranaut.

"Media channels frantically call me to talk to me please don’t call me if it is in regards to this matter I said what I had to in 2016 I have nothing else to say. I have had a huge struggle in regards to my work a dan finally I have seen a ray of hope," he tweeted.

"If u can’t support me...please do not drag my name in this!! I was ridiculed back in 2016 for speaking out by these media channels and now I am sorry but I have nothing to say," he said.