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Sahil Khan made serious accusations, said: Manoj Patil is involved in the big fake steroids rampage

Sahil Khan made serious accusations, said: Manoj Patil is involved in the big fake steroids rampage

Manoj Patil, who was a bodybuilder and Mr. India, tried to commit suicide. Manoj blamed film actor and social media influencer Sahil Khan for this. Now Sahil Khan had an exclusive conversation with ABP News before holding a press conference in front of the media.

Sahil said that Manoj Patil, who attempted suicide, had sold fake and expired steroids to Raj Faujdar. The cost of which was two lakh rupees. When Raj Faujdar informed Sahil about this, Sahil wrote things against Manoj on social media to expose this scandal so the world could know about it.

Showing all the bills and steroids sold, Sahil said that when Raj Faujdar complained to him and asked him to return the money, Manoj did not do so and threatened him. Sahil says that Manoj is involved in a big fake steroid rampage and to expose the same thing, he said a lot on social media. Sahil said that, like drugs, selling counterfeit and expired supplements in this way is an equally great crime.

According to Manoj’s allegation, Sahil had once also entered his building. About this, Sahil said that he had gone to show a friend of hers a rented house in the same building. On the question of the conspiracy against Manoj together with his wife, he said that this question should be asked of his wife. You don’t even know them. Sahil categorically denied the conspiracy to cancel Manoj’s passport.

At the same time, Raj Faujdar also spoke to ABP News. He told ABP News how Manoj did not pay him back after selling the expired steroids. He was abused and threatened to kill him. Sahil said that he will present his version complaining about this matter to the police. They have all the evidence against Manoj.

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