NCP leader Nawab Malik accused Sameer Wankhede of extortion and said that the officers wear paints worth one lakh rupees, shirts worth more than 70 thousand rupees.
Sameer Wankhede attack continues
Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik’s attack on NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede continues. Today he claimed that officers wear paints worth Rs 1 lakh, shirts worth more than Rs 70,000, and watches worth Rs 25-50 lakh.
Nawab Malik claims
Malik said to work with the NCB officer. There is a private army. Malik also claimed that three containers of drugs were lying at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) in Navi Mumbai’s Raigad district for the last 15 days. He questioned. Why no action was taken by the Revenue Intelligence Department on this? JNPT is also known as Nava Sheva Port.
Sameer Wankhede bought a flat of about 1100 square feet in the year 2016. To buy this flat, his wife Kranti Redkar sold her flat in Mad. The money from the father’s pension was also used to buy the flat. LIC money was also received after the mother’s death. Some part of the salary was also used to buy the flat.
Sameer Wankhede’s first government job
Apart from this, the watch that Nawab Malik talked about was bought by his mother in the year 2005 for about 55000 rupees and gave a gift to Sameer Wankhede. At that time Sameer Wankhede’s first government job was in Central Police Organization. Talking about shoes and clothes, all that shopping has been done from the general shop of Andheri Lokhandwala.
Who was Zahida Wankhede?
Zahida Wankhede is the mother of Sameer Wankhede. Who died in 2015. Zahida was a businessman and had a business of scrap trade. His mother also used to run an NGO named Durga. Apart from this, Orphan also used to drive.
Sameer Wankhede’s maternal grandfather i.e. Zahida Wankhede’s father is from Murthal, Haryana. He was also from the Royal family. Sameer Wankhede’s maternal grandmother is from Surat, she was also from a very wealthy family.