Indian Income Service officer Sameer Wankhede has been hogging headlines but once more. The previous NCB Zonal Director, who arrested Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, has now allegedly acquired a loss of life risk. PTI reported quoting an official who knowledgeable that the loss of life risk got here from a ‘religious fanatic’ in Bangladesh.
Sameer Wankhede receives loss of life threats
Based on the official, Wankhede acquired the loss of life risk over cellphone earlier this week. The IRS officer is presently posted in Chennai.
Following the risk name, Sameer Wankhede dropped an e mail to Mumbai police commissioner in addition to the Goregaon police station informing them in regards to the matter.
Quickly, a case was lodged at Goregaon police station, below the boundaries of which his everlasting residence falls. The official additional added that an investigation is underway.
Sameer Wankhede‘s historical past
Sameer Wankhede made information when he was heading the Narcotics Management Bureau’s Mumbai zone two years again. Round that point, the ex-NCB Zonal Director dealt with some high-profile incidents together with the alleged drug seizure case involving Aryan Khan.
Wankhede landed into hassle after CBI registered a case towards him and 4 others over bribery costs. The grievance was lodged towards him for allegedly demanding Rs 25 crore bribe from famous person Shah Rukh Khan. He reportedly requested for the sum to assist the actor’s son within the 2021 alleged drug seizure case.
Wankhede confronted many costs throughout his tenure with NCB. He was then transferred and an inner inquiry was ordered towards him over a couple of of his controversial circumstances.
Aryan Khan and the alleged drug case
Then again, Aryan Khan was given a clear chit together with 5 others among the many 14 accused within the alleged drug case. The NCB’s transfer got here in favour of the star child on account of ‘lack of sufficient evidence’.
Aryan Khan was arrested on 3 October, 2021 and was launched on bail by the Bombay Excessive Courtroom on the finish of the month.