Sameer Wankhede On Nawab Malik’s ‘Extortion In Maldives’ Charge



Sameer Wankhede, the officer of the anti-drugs company Narcotics Management Bureau investigating plenty of Bollywood celebrities together with megastar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, has dismissed questions on his Maldives go to raised by a Maharashtra minister. “I went to Maldives with my youngsters,” he advised NDTV in an unique interview when requested in regards to the questions raised by Nationalist Congress Occasion chief Nawab Malik.

Mr Malik has alleged that the officer was in Maldives throughout the lockdown when many Bollywood personalities have been there too and it was there he was conducting an extortion racket. He has additionally alleged that the officer is appearing on the behest of the BJP to discredit the Maharashtra authorities.

Mr Wankhede, who took over the medication case after the demise of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June, advised NDTV, stated these have been “unhealthy allegations” and “lies”.

“I didn’t go to Dubai. I went to Maldives. Not with my sister because the picture (tweeted by Nawab Malik) seems to point. I’ve gone with my youngsters, with correct permission, legally and with my very own cash,” he stated, including that the go to passed off a few months in the past, not throughout the lockdown however after it was lifted.  

The minister, he stated, can confirm all the things since he has the official equipment. He additionally indicated that if the minister has proof of what he was alleging, he can put together a “presentation”.

Nawab Malik, he stated, is a minister of the state who “has a system” and might get “investigations made”. As a substitute, allegations are being made in opposition to his household, the officer stated earlier immediately.

“Private assaults being made on us over the previous 15 days. Assaults are being made on my deceased mom, sister and retired father. I strongly condemn this,” the Zonal Director of the Narcotics Management Bureau stated.

Nawab Malik has repeatedly claimed that the case associated to the alleged restoration of banned medication from a cruise ship earlier this month – which led to the arrest of Aryan Khan — was “pretend” and arrests have been made simply on the premise of WhatsApp chats.

“Makes an attempt have been made to implicate sure individuals in false instances,” he advised reporters this morning.  

“Through the COVID-19 pandemic, the whole movie business was in Maldives. What was the officer and his household doing in Maldives and Dubai?” the NCP spokesperson had stated. “We’re very clear. All this vasuli (extortion) passed off in Maldives and Dubai and I’ll launch these images,” stated Mr Malik, whose son-in-law Sameer Khan was additionally arrested in a medication case in January. He was granted bail final month.

Final week, NCP chief Sharad Pawar lashed out on the Centre, accusing it of utilizing the NCB, the Enforcement Directorate, the CBI and the Revenue Tax Division to focus on opposition events.