NCB officer Sameer Wankhede was part of the plot to ‘kidnap’ Aryan Khan, says Nawab Malik

Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik on Sunday asserted that Narcotics Control Bureau’s (NCB) Mumbai zonal chief Sameer Wankhede was essential for a plot to “capture” entertainer Shah Rukh Khan’s child Aryan Khan for recover.

Addressing mediapersons here, Malik guaranteed that Mohit Bharatiya, previous leader of Mumbai BJP’s childhood wing, was the “engineer” of the plot. Aryan was last month captured following a strike drove by Wankhede on a voyage transport.

The priest on Sunday guaranteed that Wankhede had met Bharatiya at a burial ground in rural Oshiwara.
“Yet, thanks to his (Wankhede’s) better of luck, we were unable to urge the recording since police’s CCTV wasn’t working. Subsequently, out of dread, Wankhede had stopped a bogus objection that he was being followed,” Malik said.

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“The supposed journey rave party was a plot to seize Aryan for emancipate, of which Bharatiya was the genius,” the NCP pioneer claimed. Blaming Wankhede for being associated with the plot, he guaranteed Bharatiya was an individual from Wankhede’s “private armed force”.

Malik likewise guaranteed that columnist RK Bajaj and backer Pradeep Nambiar were individuals from Wankhede’s “private armed force”.

The clergyman engaged entertainer Shah Rukh Khan to approach and support his battle against treachery. He blamed Wankhede for making dread among drug buyers while securing merchants and dealers.

He guaranteed the snare to abduct Aryan was laid through Rishabh Sachdeva, brother by marriage of Bharatiya.

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“Rs 25 crore were searched for , and therefore the arrangement was finished at Rs 18 crore…Rs 50 lakh got . The arrangement got spoilt in light of the fact that the selfie of KP Gosavi (NCB’s observer in the voyage drugs case) with Aryan, after his capture, became viral,” he asserted. PTI

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