NCB Challenges Clean Chit to Aryan Khan Given by Sameer Wankhede
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has recently challenged the clean chit given to Aryan Khan by Sameer Wankhede, a former police officer. Wankhede had previously stated that Aryan Khan was not involved in any drug-related activities. However, the NCB has now launched an investigation into the matter, citing evidence that suggests otherwise. This has raised questions about the credibility of Wankhede’s clean chit and the implications of the NCB’s challenge.
Sameer Wankhede’s Alleged Involvement in Drug Nexus
The NCB’s challenge to Wankhede’s clean chit has raised questions about his alleged involvement in the drug nexus. Wankhede had previously been accused of providing protection to drug peddlers and helping them evade arrest. He was also accused of providing false information to the police in order to protect the drug peddlers. These allegations have cast doubt on the credibility of Wankhede’s clean chit to Aryan Khan.
NCB’s Investigation into Aryan Khan’s Alleged Drug Abuse
The NCB has launched an investigation into Aryan Khan’s alleged drug abuse. The agency has reportedly obtained evidence that suggests that Aryan Khan was involved in drug-related activities. This includes text messages and WhatsApp chats that allegedly show Aryan Khan discussing drugs with his friends. The NCB has also questioned several people in connection with the case, including Aryan Khan’s friends and associates.
Implications of NCB’s Challenge to Sameer Wankhede’s Clean Chit to Aryan Khan
The NCB’s challenge to Wankhede’s clean chit has serious implications for Aryan Khan. If the NCB’s investigation finds that Aryan Khan was indeed involved in drug-related activities, he could face serious legal consequences. This could include jail time and hefty fines. Furthermore, the NCB’s challenge could also have implications for Wankhede, as it casts doubt on the credibility of his clean chit. This could lead to further investigations into his alleged involvement in the drug nexus.