Sameer Wankhede reacted to the recent dilogue of Shah Rukh Khan, in his upcoming film Jawaan. Notably, there's a speculation that, Jawan's dialogue 'Bete ko haath lagane se pehle, baap se baat kar' was directed at former NCB chief Sameer Wankhede. Like the dilogue, Sameer retorted , "I have licked the fire and danced in the ashes of every bridge I ever burned. I fear no hell from you."
he Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has summoned model Arbaaz Merchant and others in connection with the Sameer Wankhede bribery case, sources told CNN-News18 on Friday. They have all been asked to join the investigation in Delhi. IRS officer Wankhede and four others have been accused of seeking a bribe of Rs 25 crore from actor Shah Rukh Khan for not implicating his son Aryan in the Cordelia cruise ‘drug bust’ case.
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Foreign visits undertaken by former NCB officer Sameer Wankhede, booked by the CBI over an alleged Rs 25-crore bribe demand from superstar Shah Rukh Khan's family to spare his son in a drugs case. The officials said, the matter will be under scanner. A Narcotics Control Bureau's Special Enquiry Team (SET) had red-flagged alleged improper explanations and apparent misdeclaration of "the expenditure" given by then NCB Zonal Director Wankhede… read-more
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In breaking news, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) conducted a raid at Sameer Wankhede's home in Mumbai. The attacks on the ex-Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) official were conducted amid charges of corruption, confirmed the CBI officials. Notably, Sameer Wankhede is the same officer who arrested Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan in an alleged drug case in October 2021 and was charged of corruption.
Indian Revenue Service officer Sameer Wankhede filed a FIR against a cyber threat from a Twitter user, on August 19. Wankhede, former Mumbai zonal director of a the NCB filed non-cognisable offence under section 507 of the IPC, following which the Goregaon Police started a probe. Notably, Wankhede received the threat from a Twitter handle over Wankhede's FIR against the jailed NCP leader Nawab Malik for defaming Wankhede over his caste-… read-more
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The Mumbai district scrutiny committee has issued a clean chit to former zonal director of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Sameer Wankhede, in August 13. Wankhede was accused by ex-minister Nawab Malik, alleging that Wandkhede faked his caste to secure the prestigious central government job. In response, Wankhede has stated, "I have complete faith in judiciary and the state of Maharashtra".
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Sameer Wankhede, the former zonal Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) director filed a petition in the Bombay HC. In the petition, Wankhede informed that the State Excise Commissioner has dismissed his appeal challenging a Thane Excise Collector's order. Notably, The Excise Collector cancelled the liquor license of his restaurant and bar in Navi Mumbai. Previously, in February, Sameer Wankhede filed a plea, which was rejected on June 16.
Yasmeen Wankhede, sister of Sameer Wankhede, filed a criminal complaint against cabinet minister Nawab Malik, in Mumbai Court. She accused Malik for passing defamatory statements against her. She further stated that the statements made against her were intended to malign her reputation. Yasmeen stated that since the police refused to lodge a complaint, she had to approach the court. The case had reportedly been filed over a series of tweets… read-more
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On December 13, the Thane unit of the Maharashtra Excise Department has issued a notice to NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede regarding his bar & restaurant. Allegations are that Wankhede was not eligible for a bar & restaurant license, which was given in 1997. He was 17 years old at the time, far below the eligible age of 21. As per the notice, Wankhede has to reply within a week.
After allegations of wrongdoing against the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and its zonal director Sameer Wankhede surfaced in the high-profile Mumbai cruise drugs case, a retired Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in Mumbai has claimed that his son Shreyas Kenjale was arrested by the NCB earlier in 2021 in a false drugs case. Shreyas' father, Anant Kenjale, has filed an affidavit claiming that the arrest was not recorded in panchnama. … read-more
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