Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Deputy Director-General, Gyaneshwar Singh, left Delhi airport on November 8, to probe the Drugs-on-Cruise case. Gyaneshwar Singh has been reported to be leading the Special Enquiry Team (SET) which has been constituted to probe allegations made on Sameer Wankhede. Besides, the vigilance team of NCB has also summoned Prabhakar Sail, who is a prime witness in the case.
Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan, who was granted bail on the "drugs case", appeared before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on November 5, to mark his weekly presence. Earlier the high court of Mumbai, granted bail to aryan on behalf of certain conditions, where he has to present himself in front of the NCB every week. Besides, accused Arbaaz merchant and Munmun Dhamecha were also present, as per reports.
Nawab Mallik on November 1 said that he'll complain to the President on Sameer Wankhede's case. Reportedly, Vice-chairman of the National Commission for Scheduled Caste (NCSC), reached Sameer Wankhede's residence to give a clean chit on the caste certificate. While addressing a press conference, Mallik questioned the officials on giving Wankhede a clearance in such a… read-more
Mrs Kranti Redkar, wife of Sameer Wankhede, wrote a letter to the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, seeking justice over the "continued attack into her family's personal life", on October 28. Mrs Wankhede has also asked to meet the Chief Minister, but has reportedly not got any response yet. "I am standing alone against those who are attacking my family, every day in social media," said Mrs Wankhede.
Prabhakar Sail was summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau as a witness in the cruise drug case on October 27. Sail is the bodyguard of Kiran Gosavi, an NCB witness. He claimed that Rs 50 lakh was taken by Kiran from an "individual" after the raid at the cruise ship. “He will be questioned by NCB team reaching Mumbai from Delhi tomorrow, in connection with his allegations of corruption,” said NCB.