NCB’s Sameer Wankhede writes to Mumbai top cop, seeks security from action on ‘wrong prices’
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Mumbai, Oct 24: Narcotics Control Bureau’s Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede, who’s at the centre of controversy surround the arrest of actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan in a tablets case, requested Mumbai police commissioner to electrify determined no fair correct action is falsely implemented against him basically based on “ulterior motives”.
In a letter, Wankhede said that he came to take dangle of that some ”precipitate” fair correct action for falsely implicating him is being deliberate by unknown folk in terms of the alleged vigilance linked shriek in NCB Cr. N. 94/2021.
He additional mentioned that Deputy Director Typical (DDG) Mutha Ashok Jain has already referred the said subject to the Director Typical (DG) of NCB for famous action.
With out taking names, Wankhede, an IRS officer of the 2008 batch, claimed the specter of jail and dismissal were issued against him on public media by highly legitimate public functionaries.
He requested the police commissioner to electrify determined that no such precipitate fair correct action is implemented to physique him falsely with ulterior motives.
Prabhakar Rohoji Waft, a panch see within the Mumbai tablets-on-cruise case, has made startling allegations of pay-offs between KP Gosavi, (a non-public particular person at the NCB raid whose image with Aryan Khan went viral), the investigating officer and NCB Mumbai Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede and others.
Waft claimed he heard Gosavi telling D’Souza over the phone about a query of Rs 25 crore and to resolve at Rs 18 crore as they ”must give Rs eight crore to Sameer Wankhede”.
In a notarised affidavit, Waft revealed that Rs 50 lakh changed into brought to Gosavi by two folk, and he later returned Rs 38 lakh.
Memoir first published: Sunday, October 24, 2021, 22: 17 [IST]