Mumbai Police likely to summon NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede for questioning

Mumbai Police may soon summon Mumbai NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede for questioning. After Wankhede’s allegations of espionage, an officer of the rank of Additional Commissioner in the Mumbai Police Commissioner was ordered to investigate the matter. Let us inform that Wankhede had alleged that the people of Mumbai Police are chasing him and his movement is being monitored. According to Sameer Wankhede, two Mumbai policemen had taken CCTV footage from his graveyard in this context. Wankhede often visits the cemetery where his mother’s grave is.

Meanwhile, the Narcotics Control Bureau said that the Mumbai Police has increased the number of bodyguards and armed personnel guarding Sameer Wankhede. Police deployment outside the NCB office has also been increased.

On the other hand, important disclosures were made in the alleged espionage case of Sameer Wankhede. Both the constables seen in the CCTV are in the detection department of Oshiwara. Sources told that as soon as their picture came in the media, both of them were questioned by their senior officers. During interrogation, both told that they did not remember when this photo was from and they do not even remember why they had gone there.

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The sources also told that the police often go here and there to meet and talk to people in their jurydictions. It doesn’t mean that someone is spying on anyone. Sources also said that both the constables were not asked to spy on anyone.

Let us tell you that the Cruise Drugs Party case is being investigated under the leadership of Wankhede. In this case, Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and others have been arrested. After this case, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) made many allegations against the NCB. Meanwhile, the matter of alleged espionage came to light.

According to Wankhede’s complaint, his mother died in the year 2015, after which he visits the cemetery every day and pays obeisance at the grave. Wankhede suspected that he was being chased so that his movement could be tracked and for this the policemen took CCTV footage of that graveyard. Wankhede also added a CCTV footage to his complaint.

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