Increased security of officer monitoring Aryan’s drugs case, official vehicle also changed


The security of Narcotics Control Bureau’s Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede, who is monitoring the Mumbai cruise drugs case, has been beefed up. Wankhede, who is probing the high profile case, had recently alleged that two policemen were monitoring his movements. According to the new protocol for security of Wankhede, armed guards of NCB and Mumbai Police have been included in their security fleet. His official vehicle has also been changed for security reasons. According to sources, on Monday, Sameer Wankhede had lodged a complaint that two Mumbai Police personnel were monitoring him.

He had said that when he had gone to the cremation ground for the last rites of his mother, the policemen were monitoring him there too. It is being said that both the policemen are from Oshiwara police station. Not only this, both those policemen have been accused by Sameer Wankhede that they have taken CCTV footage so that their movement can be monitored. Sameer Wankhede is currently supervising the high profile Mumbai cruise case. Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan has also been made an accused in this case.


Sameer Wankhede has been a well-known officer of NCB. Even before this he has been involved in many high profile raids. He was also a part of the investigation of the drugs case that came to light after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput. Apart from this, he has also been involved in the investigation of many high profile cases. Along with increasing the security of Sameer Wankhede, based on his complaint, the Mumbai Police Commissioner has also ordered an inquiry. According to the order of the commissioner, the investigation report of this case will come in a week. Let us tell you that Aryan Khan’s bail was heard on Thursday too, but no decision could be reached. In this case, the court has said to deliver the verdict on October 20. In such a situation, he will have to spend 6 more days in jail.



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