Relief or calamity? This talk took place in Bombay HC in Sameer Wankhede case

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has turned down a petition filed by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede after a Mumbai Police lawyer assured him. In fact, Sameer Wankhede had moved the high court on Thursday fearing that he would ever be arrested by the Mumbai Police.

The counsel defending on behalf of Mumbai police in the high court assured the court that Mumbai police would give notice three days before any such action. After which the high court dismissed Sameer Wankhede's plea. The public prosecutor said that the case is related to the Prevention of Corruption Act, so we will give notice 72 hours before registering the crime.

The Maharashtra government counsel told the high court that four separate cases have been registered against Sameer Wankhede. He said that an ACP level officer has initiated an inquiry into the recent investigation. The lawyer said the investigation is still in the preliminary stage so an FIR has not yet been lodged against Wankhede. Wankhede had moved the Mumbai High Court against the same action initiated by the Maharashtra government. He had demanded that the matter should be investigated by CBI or a Central Investigating Agency.

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