Sameer Wankhede accuses NCB officer of harassment, complains to National Commission for Scheduled Castes

Former Mumbai NCB chief and IRS officer Sameer Wankhede, who came into the limelight for the investigation of Mumbai’s famous Aryan Khan cruise drug case, has complained against NCB officer Dnyaneshwar Singh to the National Commission for Scheduled Castes. Sameer Wankhede has accused him of harassing her.

According to the information, Sameer Wankhede had recently sent a complaint to the National Commission for Scheduled Castes. In this, he has accused NCB’s DDG Dnyaneshwar Singh of harassing him. Sameer Wankhede told that he and his family were harassed during the investigation. After this, a complaint has been made to the commission. Sameer Wankhede said that the commission told that the hearing will be started within 15 days.

According to the information, the commission has decided to investigate the matter. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes has said in its order that Sameer Wankhede has also met the chairman of the commission and discussed his matter in detail. The Commission has told the Ministry of Home Affairs, CBITC Board and NCB Director that there has been discrimination and harassment against the petitioner, so long as the matter is pending here. No further action should be taken on this.

Also read: Sameer Wankhede transferred to Chennai after clean chit to Aryan Khan in cruise drugs case

It is worth noting that the vigilance team of NCB led by Dnyaneshwar Singh against Sameer Wankhede has recently submitted a report to the director. In which he has told that some officers of Sameer Wankhede and his team have committed huge irregularities in Aryan Khan drugs case arrested in cruise drug case. A departmental inquiry has also been initiated against the suspected officials in this case.

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