Sameer Wankhede, zonal director of the Narcotics Control Bureau‘s (NCB) Mumbai section, met with National Commission Schedule Caste chairperson Vijay Sampla in Delhi. This comes just a few days following Sameer Wankhede met with Arun Halder, the NCSC’s vice-chairman, in Mumbai and sent him a petition.
Arun Halder believes Sameer Wankhede is “from a scheduled caste” after their Saturday conversation. “After listening to his allegation, I believe he is from a reserved caste,” Arun Halder stated. He has vehemently rejected any religious change.”
Nawab Malik, a Maharashtra minister and chairman of the Nationalist Congress Party, said last month that NCB’s Sameer Wankhede is a Muslim who faked his caste certification to apply for the public service under the Scheduled Caste reservation.
The NCB has initiated a surveillance investigation into claims made by an eyewitness in the matter of a Rs 25 crore ransom bid by certain administration officials. Comprising Wankhede and many others, in exchange for allowing Khan to go free. Nawab Malik, a Maharashtra minister, and NCP politician have made several claims on Wankhede.
On October 25, Nawab Malik also posted a snapshot of what he said was Sameer Wankhede’s birth certificate. Sameer Wankhede then made a grievance with the NCSC, which launched an investigation into the situation. Wankhede also released a public statement disputing the charges. He claims that his dad is a Hindu and his late mother was a Muslim.
“The publication of my private files on Twitter is libelous and an unnecessarily intrusive intrusion into my family’s privacy… “The tone of personal, libelous, and slander assaults irritates me,” he stated. Since the NCB’s probe into the elevated Mumbai cruise narcotics discovery case started on October 2. Nawab Malik has made various claims on Sameer Wankhede of the central body.