Drugs case: Nawab Malik ambushing Sameer Wankhede, now releases NCB officer's Nikahnama

Mumbai: Nawab Malik, a minister in the Maharashtra government, has made another allegation against Mumbai Zonal Director of narcotics control bureau (NCB) Sameer Wankhede. Now the Maharashtra minister has released the alleged 'Nikahnama' of Sameer Wankhede. Nawab Malik wrote, 'On Thursday 7th December 2006 8 pm, a Nikah was performed between Sameer Dawood Wankhede and Sabana Qureshi at Lokhand Wala complex, Andheri (west) Mumbai.'

 

 

In another tweet, nawab wrote, '33,000 rupees were paid as Mehr in nikah. It had witnessed No. 2 Aziz Khan. He is the husband of Yasmin Dawood Wankhede who is the sister of Sameer Dawood Wankhede.' Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik tweeted on Tuesday accusing Sameer Wankhede of 26 charges. It was said that a 'gang of recovery' is going on inside the anti-drug agency. Nawab Malik had earlier held a press conference on Tuesday. In it, he made several serious allegations related to the caste, birth certificate of Wankhede. It was said that Wankhede had got a fake caste certificate to get a job as an NCB. In it, the Nawab had said that Sameer had taken away the rights of a Dalit and got a job in NCB.

 

Nawab Malik had earlier also shared a birth certificate which was reportedly said to belong to Sameer Wankhede. It had a religion written 'Muslim.' It had Sameer's father's name as 'Dawood K. Wankhede.' On this, Sameer Wankhede's father had said that his name was Gyandev and not Dawood, as claimed by Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik.

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