For NCB officer Sameer Wankhede, the audacity has grown. Sameer, the son of a former police officer, has been charged with felony criminal mischief. He was arrested without charge.
Shreyas, the son of former Mumbai police chief Anant Kejale, was arrested last June by the NCB on cannabis charges. There were even allegations of cannabis being seized from Shreyas’ house, but the report submitted by the NCB did not include Sameer’s name. This means that Sameer was not present during the climb. But Sameer Wankhede was clearly visible in CCTV footage. He was seen leaving at 10:50 p.m. The former officer then accused his son of lying.
The special court, however, questioned the NCB as there was a disagreement between police officers and witnesses.
In addition, a man named Jayad Rana has also made serious allegations. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. He had cannabis for commercial use. Despite the fact that the weight was 30 grams, Sameer climbed. Sameer did so aggressively, centering on a minor dispute over rent. He said that he confessed to his actions after being tortured.