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Nawab Malik again surrounded Sameer Wankhede by showing ‘evidence’, asked – was your sister-in-law in the drug business?

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Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, who was involved in the Aryan Khan drug case, has made another allegation against Sameer Wankhede. Nawab Malik, in his latest attack, has thrown another question at NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede and asked whether his wife’s sister (sister-in-law) Harshada Dinanath Redkar was involved in the drug trade. Malik has also shared purported evidence to prove this point. Let us inform that on October 2, NCB raided the cruise and arrested Aryan Khan on October 3.

On Monday, NCP leader Nawab Malik wrote on his Twitter account, ‘Sameer Dawood Wankhede Was your sister-in-law Harshada Deenanath Redkar in the drug business? You must answer as his case is pending in Pune court. Here is the proof. Nawab Malik has also shared some screenshots with this tweet, in which a case is being mentioned. The case is being told of 2008.

However, Samir Wankhede’s answer has also come on this allegation of Nawab Malik. Talking to India Today, Nawab Malik has denied the allegation and said that he was not even in service when the case happened in January 2008. The NCB officer further said that he married Kranti Redkar in 2017 and asked how he was related to the case.

Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik on Sunday alleged that NCB Samir Wankhede was involved in a conspiracy to “abduct” actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan for ransom. He alleged that former Mumbai president of BJP’s youth wing Mohit Bhartiya was the “mastermind” of the conspiracy. They claimed that Aryan Khan’s abduction trap was hatched through Rishabh Sachdeva, a relative of Mohit Bhartiya. “Rs 25 crore was demanded and the deal was settled for Rs 18 crore… Rs 50 lakh was given,” he claimed. The deal turned bad as KP Gosavi (NCB witness in the cruise drugs case) selfie with Aryan went viral after his arrest.

Let us inform that in view of the allegations of Nawab Malik, the Wankhede family has filed a defamation case of 100 crores on the NCP leader. Aryan Khan was arrested last month following a raid on a cruise ship led by Wankhede and a drug was allegedly recovered from the ship. Aryan later got bail from the Bombay High Court.

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