More troubles for Sameer Wankhede, another NCB witness claims he was made to sign 10-12 blank papers

In the midst of the Mumbai cruise drugs case controversy, another statement has come to the fore, which may increase the troubles of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede. A witness in another case related to drugs has claimed that Sameer Wankhede got him to sign on blank paper too.

Also read: Another shocking twist in Aryan Khan case: Witness Prabhakar Sail claims ‘He was made to sign blank Panchnama by NCB’

This drugs case is related to the arrest of a Nigerian from Kharghar. Shekhar Kamble, who has been made a witness in this case, has come to the fore. Shekhar Kamble has claimed that he was made to sign on 10-12 blank papers, which were later used as Panchnama.

Shekhar Kamble, who was the arbitrator of NCB in the Nigerian drugs case, has made many revelations. Shekhar Kamble lodged a complaint at Koparkhairane police station in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday. He complained that his life was in danger. Shekhar Kamble alleged that during the proceedings, 10-12 blank papers were signed by Sameer Wankhede. He also said Wankhede had assured him nothing would happen.

Shekhar Kambel told that on Wednesday, he was called from the NCB office by an officer named Anil Mane to come and meet him at the NCB office. Shekhar Kamble has also shown the WhatsApp call record.

Let us inform that before Shekhar Kamble, Prabhakar Sail, a witness in the case related to Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan, has also made a similar claim. Prabhakar sail has also made serious allegations like a deal of Rs 25 crore to sign on blank paper and release Aryan, whose investigation has also started. Sameer Wankhede seems to be in trouble on Prabhakar’s allegations. In the meantime, the statement of Shekhar Kamble can also add to the matter.

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