“I beg you man, please don’t let him be in that jail. These holidays will come and he will break as a human being. His spirit will be destroyed because of some vested people. You promised you will reform my child and not put him in a place where he may come out completely battered and broken. And it’s no fault of his. …But please send my son home. You also know in your heart it’s been a bit too harsh for him by now. Please please I beg you as a father,” This was the desperate plea made reportedly by Shah Rukh Khan to Sameer Wankhede after the arrest of his son in Cordelia cruise drug bust case. On 2nd October 2021, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was taken in custody by NCB officials, following a drug bust operation at Cordelia cruise off Mumbai coast. Some high profile passengers were arrested in this raid by NCB. But since it involved Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, his case was of prime interest. Later as the case progressed there were questions raised on the manner the raid was conducted and entire operation and especially the role of NCB Zonal officer Sameer Wankhede came under cloud of suspicion. Almost a year and a half since then, CBI is now probing the matter. Recently CBI conducted a raid at Sameer Wankhede’s residence. The CBI chargesheet against Wankhede alleges that he made extortion bid and asked for 25 crores from the actor. There are more incriminating allegations, that we have explained in earlier videos. Defending himself in court, Sameer Wankhede has presented chats purportedly between him and Shah Rukh Khan. These purported chats between the two are doing rounds on social media in which SRK is seen imploring Wankhede to free his son, that some vested people are trying to destroy his spirit. What do the chats say? What was the reply of Sameer Wankhede to desperate pleas of a father? Let us talk about this in today’s video.
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