Sameer Wankhede, NCB Move Mumbai Sessions Court Against Attempt To Scuttle Probe
Mumbai: Zonal Director of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Sameer Wankhede, who is probing the Aryan Khan drug case, is the man of the moment. Both his agency and he have moved Mumbai Sessions Court seeking directions from the Court to prevent attempts to create hurdles and scuttle the ongoing investigation.
The NCB moved the Court with an application praying that there should be no tampering with the evidence or investigation while Wankhede has submitted an affidavit raising a grievance against the ‘personal allegations’ raised against him.
The zonal director, who was present in person, told the court on Monday that personal allegations are being made against him and his family members, Bar&Bench reported.
“Why are there allegations against my family members? Is it. Because of my supervisory position? Is it only to divert me and make me fail in court,” he asked.
Wankehde prayed that nobody should be allowed to influence the witnesses and the investigation.
“I am open for any kind of investigation or inquiry. I have 15 years of record. But such allegations only to target my personal life and work is not done,” he said, the report added.