Won’t jail Sameer Wankhede without providing previous notification: Maharashtra govt informs Bombay HC|LIVE Updates

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federal government told the Bombay High Court on Thursday that it will not arrest NCB’s zonal director Sameer Wankhede without providing him a prior notice of 3 working days, in connection with the allegations of extortion and corruption levelled against him. Wankhede likewise moved the Bombay High Court on Thursday, seeking interim security from arrest or any coercive action versus him. He looked for an urgent hearing of his plea challenging the Mumbai cops’s decision to form a four-member group to examine the claims of extortion and corruption against him, in the after-effects of the cruise drugs case in which actor Shah Rukh Khan’s kid Aryan Khan was detained. The Maharashtra government initially opposed the plea however subsequently, primary public prosecutor Aruna Pai ensured the court that it will offer prior notice of arrest to Wankhede.”We assure the court that three working days’ notification will be provided( to Wankhede )before arrest by Mumbai Cops,”Pai stated. The HC gotten rid of the plea following the state federal government’s statement. Latest India News Published at Wed, 27 Oct 2021 22:19:39 -0500