Let’s see who digs the black exploits of Wankhede: Nawab Malik

Mumbai : After the sideline of Narcotics Control Bureau’s Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede from the investigation of Aryan Khan drugs case, NCP spokesperson and Maharashtra government minister Nawab Malik has attacked again.

Malik said on Saturday that I had demanded SIT investigation in Aryan Khan case. Now two Special Investigation Teams (SITs) have been constituted. He said that now let’s see who exposes Wankhede and his private army.

Malik wrote in his tweet, “I had demanded an S.I.T probe to investigate Sameer Dawood Wankhede for kidnapping of & ransom demand from Aryan Khan. Now 2 S.I.Ts are constituted (state & centre), let us see who brings out the skeletons from the closet of Wankhede and exposes him and his nefarious private army.”

The Narcotics Control Bureau on Friday evening transferred six cases including Aryan Khan Drugs Case from Mumbai Zone headed by Sameer Wankhede to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) headed by IPS officer Sanjay Kumar Singh. Sanjay has handled many big cases like Commonwealth Games Scam.

This move of NCB comes amid Sameer Wankhede facing slew of allegations from bribery, extortion and questions over his ‘extravagant’ personal lifestyle.

NCB has constituted an SIT under the leadership of Sanjay Singh. This team is reaching Mumbai from Delhi today itself. It is being said that after the allegations made by Nawab Malik on NCB, NCB has fielded its most flamboyant officer to save its credibility. It is being said that now some more big revelations can be made in these cases.

NCB Deputy Director General (North-West Zone) Mutha Ashok Jain said that the action has been taken on administrative grounds and since these six cases have wide-ranging and inter-state ramifications, they have been shifted to Operation Unit in Delhi. Wankhede, who is facing many personal and service related charges, will continue to be the zonal director.

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