NCB initiates Vigilance inquiry against Sameer Wankhede over Bribary allegation

Publish Date: 26 Oct, 2021 |
Aryan Khan drug case updtae: The case which was earlier inclined towards Bollywood’s superstar Shahrukh Khan Aryan Khan’s involvement in the drug case has now taken a new turn after NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede was alleged for Bribary by an independent witness Prabhakar sail. DDG NR Gyaneshwar Singh, the director of the Narcotics Control Bureau's vigilance squad, would launch an investigation into the claims of extortion. As reported by Timesnow.

Vigilance inquiry against Sameer Wankhede 

The statements of NCB Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede and others would be recorded by the vigilance head. He'll also examine the evidence presented by independent witness Prabhakar Sail and write a detailed report. However, NCB’ zonal director Sameer Wankhede has denied all those allegations and said that he will reach out to the core to unveil the truth.

Sameer Wankhede embroiled into Bribary allegation

This all started when out of sudden an independent witness in the Aryan Khan case named as  Prabhakar Sail, claimed that a  private detective KP Gosavi requested Rs 25 crores from Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan in exchange for the freedom of his son Aryan who is currently detained by the NCB in Mumbai’s Arthur road jail.  Sail claimed in his affidavit that he overheard Gosavi and Sam D'Souza discussing a Rs 18 crore deal, of which Rs 8 million was to be paid to NCB’s zonal director Sameer Wankhede.

This should be noted that the witness charges came in the time when the Congress Party has previously accused NCB leader Sameer Wankhede of extortion. Nawab Malik, a Maharashtra minister, has accused Wankhede of fabricating cases against celebrities in order to extract money, which he then uses to travel abroad.


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