Mumbai: Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Mumbai Zone Director Sameer Wankhede is currently in trouble over the drugs case. He is currently the target of the Maharashtra Government. Due to this, there are constant reports about them. Now, recently, Sameer Wankhede's wife Kranti Redkar has written to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. In this letter, she said, "The dignity of a woman is being played with in the Shiv Sena state, there is a joke. If Balasaheb Thackeray had been here today, it would certainly not have been acceptable to him.''
Yes, Kranti has written in her letter, "Hon'ble Uddhavji, I grew up as a Marathi girl in view of Shiv Sena fighting for the right to justice of Marathi man since childhood. Bala saheb learnt from Thackeray and Chhatrapati Shivaji that don't do injustice to anyone, don't be unfair to yourself. In view of that, today I stand and fight strongly against those who attacked my personal life alone.'' At the same time, she wrote, 'People on social media are just watching fun. I am an artist, politics is not understood by me and I don't even have to get into it, we are disrespected every morning without any connection. The dignity of a woman is being played with in the Shiv Sena state. It is being joked, if Balasaheb Thackeray had been here today, it would certainly not have been acceptable to him.'
At the same time, she further wrote, 'What a low-level politics is this personal attack on a woman and her family. It is reaching us daily through his thoughts. Today he is not there, but you are his shadow, we see you. You are leading us and I have full faith in you that you will never let injustice happen to me and my family. I have full faith that's why as a Marathi person, today I am looking forward to you and request you to do justice.'