"Do not call me Dawood", Sameer Wankhede urged the court, submitted his caste and birth certificate

Mumbai:  Last Thursday, documents in the name, caste, and religion case of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) zonal director Sameer Wankhede were handed over to the Bombay High Court. Sameer Wankhede's father, Gyandev Wankhede, has filed a lawsuit against Maharashtra Minority Welfare Minister Nawab Malik (Nawab Malik). The records were revealed in court as part of a Rs 2 crore defamation action. NCP politician and minister Nawab Malik, on the other side, has brought the school leaving certificate of Sameer Wankhede, whose father's name is Gyandev Dawood Wankhede and his religion is Muslim, before the court.

Yesterday, Nawab Malik alleged that Wankhede submitted a fake caste certificate to get a job under Kota after passing the UPSC examination, calling himself a Hindu belonging to the Scheduled Castes category. It was only last Thursday that Nawab Malik handed over three documents to a bench of Justice Madhav Jamdar through his lawyers Atul Damle and Kunal Damle.

A letter is included, as well as a copy of the notification issued by the Public Health Officer of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) about Sameer Wankhede's father's name change. There's also a certificate showing Sameer Wankhede's graduation from St. Joseph's High School and St. Paul's High School, as well as a St. Joseph's High School entrance form. "After the 13th of November, Malik obtained information from the BMC on Sameer Wankhede's birth certificate from the RTI, some days after tweeting," Gyandev Wankhede's counsel claimed during the same case's hearing. The tweet has made before any definite information was obtained. According to the RTI,

"The records suggest that Wankhede's father realised a mistake in Sameer Wankhede's credentials and so corrected it," Sheikh said before Justice Jamdar. Malik should not be referred to as Dawood, as Gyandev had previously stated. He had been deafeningly quiet for the past four days.'

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