The audacity for NCB zonal officer Sameer Wankhede, who has been campaigning against the Bollywood drug mafia, is on the rise. His department has launched an investigation into the deadly allegations against Sameer Wankhede. Aryan Khan, the son of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, who was arrested in connection with the Mumbai Cruise Drugs case link, is investigating the Aryan Khan drug case.
However, Prabhakar Sail, which testified in the Aryan Khan Drug case link, was the subject of much speculation. Prabhakar alleged that Sameer Wankhede had made a Rs 25 crore deal to release Shah Rukh’s son.
The NCB’s vigilance department has now launched an investigation into the incident following Prabhakar Sail’s explosive statement. Earlier, Mumbai police had also launched a preliminary investigation into the incident. Such allegations were made knowingly against NCB officer Sameer Wankhede, ”he said.
The NCB has formed a five-member team to investigate the incident. The team arrived in Mumbai from Delhi on Wednesday. NCB Deputy Director General Gyaneshwar Singh said a five-member team had arrived in Delhi from Mumbai to investigate the incident. The team is set up to investigate Prabhakar Sail‘s allegations. The documents and all the records were taken from the NCB office. witnesses have also been called.
An investigation has been launched into the incident and it is learned that the witness’s statement will be recorded soon. The names of those who are to be questioned about the incident are now kept secret, said Gyaneshwar Singh, deputy director general of the NCB.
Gyaneshwar Singh said Sameer Wankhede’s statement was being recorded. Prabhakar Sail is Kiran Gosavi’s bodyguard. Prabhakar alleged that Kiran Gosavi had demanded Rs 25 crore to release Aryan Khan. Kiran Gosavi is the one who came to the fore with a selfie with Aryan Khan. Earlier, Kiran Gosavi was spotted with Sameer Wankhede. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein.
Prabhakar alleged that the Aryan Khan case had a deal worth Rs 16 crore. From which the lion’s share would have taken Sameer Wankhede. Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik also accused Sameer Wankhede of taking large sums of money. But Sameer Wankhede, who is said to be the NCB’s Dabangg officer, strongly denied the allegations.