Wankhede in trouble: NCB team from Delhi to Mumbai starts the investigation, statements of witnesses will also be recorded
Giving information, Deputy Director-General of NCB, Dnyaneshwar Singh said that the five-member team of NCB has reached Mumbai from Delhi today. As soon as the team arrived, the investigation was started.
NCB Deputy Director General Dnyaneshwar Singh has given big information regarding the investigation of the allegation against Sameer Wankhede. He said that the five-member team has reached Mumbai from Delhi today. As soon as the team arrived, the investigation was started. This team was formed to investigate the allegations of witness Prabhakar Sail. He said witnesses have been called on the basis of documents and records collected from the NCB office and their statements will now be taken. He said that all physical witnesses will be called for this investigation. He, however, refused to name any witnesses. Dnyaneshwar Singh is heading the departmental vigilance probe into allegations of extortion in the cruise drugs case. Wankhede led the investigation into the Cruise Ship Drugs Party case involving Aryan Khan and later charged him with extortion. Went. After this, he himself has come under the scanner.
Role of all officers and witnesses will be probed: Dnyaneshwar Singh
Dnyaneshwar Singh said that the role of all the officers and witnesses involved in the case would be examined and it would be recorded whether they followed the NCB manuals and procedures mentioned in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act during such operations. Was.
The investigation started after the allegation of witness Prabhakar Sail
The NCB has ordered an inquiry into the claims made by witness Prabhakar Sail. In which it is alleged that a demand of Rs 25 crore was made by some officials of the agency including Mumbai Regional Director Sameer Wankhede to release Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.