Mumbai Drugs Case: NCP leader Nawab Malik in Maharashtra claimed that Sameer Wankhede used forged documents, including his birth certificate. Sameer Wankhede has called these allegations wrong. He has said that releasing personal records on Twitter is defamation and a breach of family privacy.
Nawab Malik Issued Birth Certificate
Sameer Wankhede said, ‘I belong to a multi-religious and secular family. My father is a Hindu, and my mother was a Muslim. The publication of my documents on Twitter is defamation and a breach of my family privacy. I am saddened by the offensive attacks by Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik.
Nawab Malik tweeted the picture of the purported certificate saying, “Fake fraud of Sameer Dawood Wankhede started from here.” At the same time, Wankhede criticized the minister, saying that his move was insulting and an attack on his family’s privacy. Wankhede said in a statement, “The work done by the minister in the last few days has put my family and me under immense mental and emotional pressure.” The picture posted by Malik shows the NCB officer’s father’s name as Dawood. Wankhede said that his father’s name was Gyandev, who was an excise officer.
Sameer Dawood Wankhede का यहां से शुरू हुआ फर्जीवाड़ा pic.twitter.com/rjdOkPs4T6
— Nawab Malik نواب ملک नवाब मलिक (@nawabmalikncp) October 25, 2021
Malik has been targeting Wankhede since the arrest of his son-in-law in a drug case. Malik had claimed that the NCB authorities booked his son-in-law on false charges, and no banned narcotic was recovered from him. Malik had also recently claimed that his government would soon send Wankhede to jail.