'No comment,' says Sameer Wankhede on Aryan Khan getting clean chit

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday, acquitted Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan in a case. Aryan Khan's name was not found on the 6 thousand page charge sheet. He was trapped on October 2 in this case and got free 26 days later.

No comment, says Sameer Wankhede on Aryan Khan getting clean chit
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New Delhi: The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday, acquitted Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan in a case. Aryan Khan's name was not found on the 6 thousand page charge sheet. He was trapped on October 2 in this case and got free 26 days later. Regarding getting clean chit to Aryan Khan, NCB DG, SN Pradhan has admitted that Sameer Wankhede and his team have made a mistake in this matter.


Sameer Wankhede was investigating the Aryan Khan case. Many questions were also raised regarding the manner of investigation of Wankhede. Now DG, SN Pradhan himself admitted that if there were no mistakes then why would the SIT overtake the matter. There were some shortcomings, only then the SIT took over the case. At the same time, advocate Ujjwal Nikam also said that NCB's first team has made a mistake in this matter. The special thing is that Samir Wankhede, the former head of the agency who took action in the case, has nothing to say. It was the Wankhede that led the guerrilla operation on the cruise last year.


According to the report, Sameer Wankhede was seen avoiding questions after Aryan Khan got a clean chit. When asked about this, he said, 'Sorry, I have nothing to say. I am not in NCB, go and talk to NCB officials. The special thing is that after the matter came to light, there was a lot of controversy in Maharashtra.


Aryan Khan spent more than three weeks in jail after being arrested in a case that was making news headlines and on social media. The Narcotic Control Bureau had initially claimed that Aryan Khan was a regular user and supplier of drugs. The allegations were strongly denied by him and his lawyers, who argued that no drugs were found in his possession during the raid. A special court hearing on the matter also questioned the submissions of the NCB, which said it cannot rely on mere WhatsApp messages to make such serious allegations.


The officer in charge of the investigation, Sameer Wankhede, was sacked and faced charges of deliberately targeting Aryan Khan and even trying to blackmail the accused. The case was transferred from NCB's Mumbai-based team to the Delhi team after irregularities and lapses came to light in the investigation.

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