Sameer Wankhede part of Aryan Khan ‘kidnapping plot’; Mohit Kamboj ‘mastermind’: Nawab Malik
and nationwide representative of Nationalist Congress Party(NCP), Nawab Malik on Sunday declared that Narcotics Control Bureau’s( NCB) Mumbai zonal director Sameer Wankhede was part of a plot to” abduct “Aryan Khan, the kid of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. While talking to media in an interview in
Mumbai today, Malik claimed that Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP)leader Mohit Bharatiya Kamboj was the”mastermind” of the plot. He even more claimed that Wankhede had actually satisfied Bharatiya at a graveyard in suburban Oshiwara. Bollywood star Shak Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was jailed last month following a raid led by Sameer Wankhede on a cruise ship
from which drugs were seized supposedly. Minister Malik has consistently called the cruise drugs bust case as”fake “and levelled a series accusations versus Wankhede. Meanwhile, the NCB
on Friday stated a total of six cases, including the drugs on cruise case from NCB Mumbai Zonal Unit, will now be taken over by an Unique Examination
Group(SIT)consisting of officers from the Operations Branch of NCB Headquarters in New Delhi.”No officer or officers have been REMOVED from their present functions and they will continue to assist the Operations Branch examination as required up until any specific orders are released to the contrary.
It is restated that the NCB works across India as a single integrated company,”it stated. Wankhede refuted that he has actually been”eliminated”from the investigation in the Aryan Khan case and said the agency’s relocation has to do with coordination in between NCB teams of Mumbai and Delhi. Nevertheless, Malik said the NCB officer’s removal from the case “is just the start”.”Sameer Wankhede eliminated from 5 cases consisting of the Aryan Khan case. There are 26 cases in all that requirement to be penetrated. This is simply the beginning … a lot more needs to be done to clean this system and we will do it,” the NCP leader said.(With firms inputs) Latest India News Released at Sun, 07 Nov 2021 01:06:29 -0500