NCB official Sameer Wankhede’s wife seeks support from Maharashtra CM.

Kranti Redkar Wankhede, the spouse of NCB’s Mumbai zonal chief Sameer Wankhede, composed a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday, looking for equity in the wake of the “assault on her family and her own life”.

She posted the letter on her Twitter handle and labeled it to the Maharashtra CMO. Sameer Wankhede is in the eye of a political tempest following claims of blackmail in the high-profile journey drugs case in which entertainer Shah Rukh Khan’s child Aryan Khan was captured. The official is confronting the departmental watchfulness test.

State clergyman and NCP pioneer Nawab Malik had evened out a series of claims against the NCB official, including illicit telephone tapping.

He had likewise claimed Sameer Wankhede was brought into the world as a Muslim, yet produced reports, including a station testament, to show that he had a place with the Hindu SC classification to find a new line of work under quantity subsequent to clearing the UPSC assessment.

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In her letter to the CM, the NCB official’s significant other, said, “Being a Marathi individual, I expect some equity from your side as my own life is superfluously being hauled into a contention. Had late Balasaheb Thackeray (father of Uddhav Thackeray) been alive today, he would not have endured such close to home assault on a lady’s poise.”

“I consider you to be the sunshine conveyor of his lessons and initiative. The nobility of a lady has turned into a joke in the system that draws motivation from the residency of seventeenth century ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj,” she said.

Kranti Redkar, who is a Marathi entertainer, further said she is a craftsman and doesn’t get governmental issues and isn’t keen on it.

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“The individual assaults mirror the foremost reduced degree of governmental issues. I trust you and feel that there will be no shamefulness against me or my family,” she said in her letter to the CM.
On Wednesday, she had said her better half was brought into the world as Hindu and he never changed his religion.

She had likewise challenged the case made by the Qazi, who played out the principal marriage of Sameer Wankhede in 2006, that he was Muslim at the hour of the ‘nikah’. Kranti Redkar, who wedded Sameer Wankhede in 2017, had additionally pummeled Malik for playing “low level” governmental issues by making different claims against her better half. PTI

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