Guard me from 'legal action', NCB's Wankede appeals to Mumbai top cop


Mumbai, Oct 24 (IANS): Apparently rattled by the revelations of a witness in the raid on a cruise ship rave party, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede on Sunday sought police help to protect him from possible "legal action".

In a letter to the Mumbai Commissioner of Police (Hemant Nagrale), Wankhede claimed that he has learnt of "some precipitate legal action" for framing him falsely, is being planned by some unknown persons concerning the raid on the cruiser on October 2.

Indirectly referring to a statement by Nationalist Congress Party national Spokesperson and Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik last week, the NCB chief wrote: "It is also brought to your notice that threat of jail and dismissal have been issued against the undersigned on public media by highly respectable public functionaries."

In what is viewed as a pre-emptive move, the IRS officer also asked the Mumbai Police chief to "ensure that no such precipitate legal action" is carried out to frame and falsely implicate him with ulterior motives.

Wankhede - who had earlier complained to the city and state police alleging threats to life - reminded Nagrale that NCB Deputy Director-General, South West Region, Mutha Ashok Jain, has already referred the latest matter (the witness' sensational revelations) to the NCB headquarters for necessary action.

NCB witness Prabhakar Sail's statements have triggered a major political war with the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi allies Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party-Congress slamming the central agency and Wankhede.

The MVA partners have demanded a suo moto investigation by the Mumbai Police, setting up of a Special Investigation Team to probe the NCB affairs, intervention of the Supreme Court, etc.

 

  

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  • JNB, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    25 Crores loss for PM care fund jumla yane amit

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  • Arun Thingalaya, Udupi / Muscat

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Brave Mr. Wankhede not allowed to perform his duties sincerely by this drug. Bollywood and Political mafia in Mumbai. Hats off to him.

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  • Ozy, Surathkal

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Feku ka pillu ro raha hai

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Shikari Khud Shikar Ho Gaya .....

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  • Kiran, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Shame insane !It is now crystal clear that , Wankede is just a pawn to divert attention of drug haul from Mumbra port. We citizens deserve the progress on Mumbra investigation .

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  • Narendra Kumar, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Jaisa karni, waisa bharni....Gujarathi's games will not succeed with Marathi's anymore. Those who dig graves to trap others will fall in their own karma!. This should be an eye opener for Mumbaikars that how Gujju's take advantage of Mumbai. First control Adani

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  • A Concerned Citizen, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 25 2021

    Wankhede, you're feeling the heat now. You should have known that your boss's Digital India will ensnare you one day. What goes around comes around.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Oct 24 2021

    Why guard from ‘Legal Action’ unless he has done Illegal Action?????……A protector and defender of Legal Action begging for protection against Leagl Action. This is the fate if you become slaves of communal and criminal party.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Oct 24 2021

    The raid on cruise ship holding rave party consisted of BJP activists. It’s another form of illegal moral policing serving BJP interest. NCB chief Sameer Wankhade asking independent witness Sail to sign bank papers is itself proof enough to implicate Sameer Wankhade and expose BJP. Sail should present that soft copy of signed paper to police and court.

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