Former Mumbai NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede has accused the Narcotics Bureau officials of harassment. Sameer Wankhede has raised questions on the investigation of IPS officer and Vigilance team head Dnyaneshwar Singh. Sameer Wankhede has complained to the National Commission for Harassment and Atrocities.
It is noteworthy that NCB DDG Dnyaneshwar Singh Aryan Khan was the head of the Vigilance Investigation Team of the case and he has submitted his report after investigating. According to NCB sources, the investigation report has raised questions on the irregularities in the Aryan Khan case and the role of the officers associated with the case.
Let us inform that the Special Vigilance Team of NCB has sent the report in the case of Aryan Khan, son of actor Shahrukh Khan, to the Delhi NCB office. Along with this, it was found in the investigation that there was a lot of irregularity in the case. Questions have also been raised on the intention of the officers involved in the investigation. Statements of 65 people have been recorded in this case. Some people changed their statement 3 to 4 times.
During the investigation of Aryan Khan case, flaws have also been found in the investigation of some other cases. Sources said that reports have been sent in all these cases. In the investigation, the matter of being selective against some people has also come to the fore. The role of 7 to 8 NCB officers is suspicious in this case, for which a departmental inquiry has been initiated. Permission has been sought from senior officers to take action against those who are outside NCB.
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