Nawab Malik released audio between D'Souza and officer

Mumbai: NCB officer Sameer Wankhede has been facing several charges one after the other in the Aryan Khan drug case. The allegations have been made by the Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik. Now this time he has released audio and created a stir. In fact, Nawab Malik has released an audio of a phone conversation between Sanville Steanley D'Souza and the NCB officer on his Twitter. In it, Nawab Malik has released this audio with a picture of Steanley D'Souza which you can see.


Regarding the audio, Nawab Malik claims, "The Name of the NCB officer in this viral audio is VV Singh and on the other hand, Sanville Stanley D'Souza.'' However, in the audio released by Nawab Malik, it can be heard that 'Sanville D'Souza calls NCB officer VV Singh and introduces himself.' Then he says over the phone, 'He's speaking Sanville. NCB officer VV Singh says, 'Who is Sanville?' Then Sanville tells me that I am the one at whose house you gave the notice, I came to know. V.V. Singh remembers the notice and says, "Good... good... Sanville... You live in Bandra, don't you? When is Sanville coming to you?'' On hearing this, Sanville replies, 'I have not yet reached Mumbai, I am not well.'

You can hear NCB officer VV Singh in the audio released by Nawab Malik asking, 'Then when are you coming.' Sanville replies, 'He will come on Monday.' On this, the official said, 'Come Wednesday, not Monday. I'm not on Monday and I don't want to bring this phone of my own. All ready is your IMEI number. I'm warning you.' Then Sanville says, 'I won't do anything like that. Okay, sir.' However, NEWS TRACK does not confirm this audio.

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