Since the beginning of the month, as a lot as Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan is making the headlines owing to his arrest, so is NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede. While the dr*g case continues to be being investigated, latest developments made the headlines that accuse the central bureau officer of extortion. Now, he has launched a press release.
For the unversed, an unbiased witness within the Mumbai cruise dr*g case – that noticed the arrest of Aryan and 7 others, made stunning claims towards the NCB official. The witness claims that Wankhede demanded Rs 25 crore to let Aryan Khan off within the dr*g case. The affidavit claims that the witness heard KP Gosavi and Sam D’Souza discuss a deal price Rs 25 crores and settle at Rs 18 crores as they needed to give Rs 8 crores to Sameer.
A media company took to their Twitter deal with and shared an image of the NCB zonal director’s assertion and wrote, “Mumbai: NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede writes to Mumbai Police Commissioner requesting him to “ensure that no precipitate legal action is carried out to frame me with ulterior motives.” His letter learn, “It has come to my notice that some precipitated legal action for framing me falsely is being planned by unknown persons in relation to alleged vigilance related issue in NCB Cr. No. 94/2021.”
Sameer Wankhede additional added, “It is also brought to your notice that threat of jail and dismissal has been issued against the undersigned on public media by highly respectable public functionaries. Hence, you have been requested to kindly ensure that no precipitated legal action is carried out to frame the undersigned falsely with ulterior motives.”
Recently, director Hansal Mehta stood in help of Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan Khan and tweeted asking Sameer to resign. His tweet learn, “Sameer Wankhede must resign until these (serious) charges are disproved. Why should the onus of proving innocence only be upon those he arrests.”
While netizens are stills speaking concerning the allegations positioned on him, NCB has denied these allegations since day 1 and their assertion learn, “Our zonal director, Mumbai Zonal Unit, Mr. Sameer Wankhede has categorically denied these allegations. As some of the contents of the affidavit relate to vigilance matters, I am hereby forwarding the affidavit to the Director-General Narcotics Control Bureau and requesting him for further necessary actions”.
On October 2, the NCB raided a Goa-bound cruise off the Mumbai course. There, they reportedly seized 13gm of cocaine, 21gm of charas, 22 tablets of MDMA and 5gm of mephedrone and greater than Rs 1.3 lakh money.
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