Sameer Wankhede hits back at NCP’s Nawab Malik over caste marriage crash
Mumbai, October 25 In another salvo, NCP Minister Nawab Malik questioned whether Narcotics Control Bureau zone manager Sameer Wankhede submitted a forged caste certificate to secure a post at the Narcotics Control Bureau. government to which the latter responded and vehemently denied the allegations, here Monday.
Nationalist Congress Party spokesperson Malik tweeted an alleged birth certificate and wedding photo of Wankhede struggling with eloquent captions: “Yahanse shuru hua farziwada” (the fraud started here) and Pehchan Kaun (guess who) “.
The birth certificate shows the NCB leader’s name as “Sameer Dawood Wankhede”, and the photo shows Wankhede’s first marriage to a certain Dr Shabana Qureshi, whom he later divorced and married the actress to. of Marathi Kranti Redkar films.
The NCP minister claimed that according to the birth certificate Wankhede is a born Muslim, but that he sat for the civic service exams (UPSC) in a reserved category and became an Indian revenue service officer (IRS).
“He falsified the documents to get reservations for (public service) exams and employment,” said Malik.
In a statement, the NCB area director said his father was retired senior police inspector Dnyandev Kachruji Wankhede of the state excise department while his mother was the late Zaheeda, who was Muslim.
Wankhede also confirmed that he got married (Dr Shabana Qureshi) in a civil ceremony in 2006 under the Special Marriage Act 1954.
“We both divorced each other through civil court… in 2016. Later, in 2017, I married Kranti Dinanath Redkar,” Wankhede said of Malik’s accusations.
He called the publication of his personal documents “libelous” and “unnecessary invasion of my family’s privacy” intended to slander him and his family members.
Wankhede said the series of acts Malik had committed over the past few days had put him and his family under tremendous mental and emotional pressure, and that he was saddened by the “nature of the personal, libelous and slanderous attacks. … without justification “.
Vowing to reveal more drugs with evidence, Malik emphatically reiterated that all raids by the Wankhede-led cruiser group were bogus and everything was done to slander the Maharashtra government and terrorize Bollywood.
Meanwhile, Wankhede was summoned to New Delhi by the CEO of NCB to provide an explanation for the startling allegations made by the “panch witness” of a cruise ship raid, Prabhakar Sail on Sunday, but the agency called it a routine meeting with their superior brass.
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