Sameer Wankhede Letter: A new twist has come in the Mumbai Drugs Case. The latest twist is that NCB officer Sameer Wankhede has written a letter to the Mumbai Police Commissioner. It has been said that due to some people’s ‘wrong intentions’, legal action should not be taken against Sameer Wankhede.
What is written in the letter?
In this letter written on October 24, NCB Zonal Director Samir Wankhede has clearly said that many people are talking about getting him arrested and sent to jail.
Sameer Wankhede Letter To Mumbai Police Commissioner
“I am Sameer Wankhede, a 2008 batch Indian Revenue Service officer. I am presently serving as Zonal Director in NCB from August 31 2020. It has come to my notice that an attempt is being made to implicate me through wrong facts falsely. Some unknown persons are making efforts to take legal action against me.
Threats are also being made in the media by some respected people to send me to jail and remove me from duty. I appeal to you not to take any legal action based on false facts and allegations made with wrong intentions.”
It is believed that in this letter, Sameer Wankhede has targeted NCP leader and minister in Maharashtra government Nawab Malik without taking his name. Nawab Malik has recently made serious allegations against Sameer Wankhede. On Thursday, October 21, Nawab Malik had accused Sameer Wankhede of extortion.
Nawab Malik had claimed by tweeting that during the COVID-19 epidemic, NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede was extorting film personalities in the Maldives. Sameer Wankhede had also given his explanation on these allegations. He said that he had gone to the Maldives with his family.
NCB’s witness made allegations against NCB
Kiran Gosavi’s name cropped up several times after the arrest of Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan in the drugs case. Kiran Gosavi is the same person who was said to be a private detective and was present at the time of the raid on the cruise by NCB.
On the other hand, there are also reports that Gosavi is already wanted in the police case. Now the bodyguard of these Gosavi is Prabhakar cell. Prabhakar Sal is also an NCB witness in the cruise drugs case. This Prabhakar cell has made many shocking claims in an affidavit.
Prabhakar has told in a conversation with Aaj Tak that Gosavi had demanded Rs 25 crore to leave Aryan Khan. Sal has said this by writing an affidavit. According to the affidavit, this demand was made by Gosavi on behalf of Sameer Wankhede. Prabhakar Sail has stated in his notarized affidavit that he was present during the drama after the cruise raid. He saw Kiran Gosavi and a person named Sam meeting near the NCB office.
From there, Gosavi and Sam went to Lower Parel, where a blue-coloured car came there. Prabhakar Sail claims that he saw Shahrukh Khan’s manager Pooja Dadlani sitting in that blue car.
According to Prabhakar Cell, Gosavi and Sam had demanded Rs 25 crore in their conversation but agreed to settle the matter for 18 crores. Gosavi had reportedly said that out of this 18 crores, eight crores would go to Sameer Wankhede, and the remaining money would be distributed among others. The following day, Prabhakar Sal was sent to Toredo, where he had taken 50 lakh rupees from a white car.
What has NCB said?
By the way, NCB has also presented a clarification on the allegations made by Prabhakar Cell. On his behalf, it has been said that the one who has made the allegation is himself a witness in this case. And when this matter is going on in the court, in such a situation, any statement should also be given by going to the court. It is wrong to resort to any social media platform. NCB has also said that Sameer Wankhede has vehemently denied all the allegations.
On October 2, a team of Narcotics Control Bureau on a cruise ship named Cordelia going from Mumbai to Goa was raided. NCB detained eight people, including Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha. According to NCB officials, these people were undertaking arrested, buying and selling drugs. And this whole commotion is going on behind this incident.