Full Details: Sameer Wankhede's wife's letter to CM Uddhav

Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officer Sameer Wankhede, who arrested Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan in a drug case, is facing an all-out attack. Comments are also being made on his personal life and family members. Kranti Wankhede, wife of Sameer Wankhede has written a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray regarding this. At the same time, the NCB officer's sister Yasmin Wankhede has filed a police complaint to register a case against Nawab Malik, a minister in the Maharashtra government. Along with this, Yasmin alleged that Nawab Malik is threatening to leak her personal photos. Regarding this, Yasmin had written a letter to the National Commission for Women requesting to protect her constitutional rights.

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In a letter to Uddhav Thackeray, Kranti Wankhede said that the dignity of a woman is being played with openly. Had Bal Thackeray been alive today, he would not have accepted it. She wrote that she grew up as a Marathi girl watching Shiv Sena fighting for the rights of Marathi Manush since childhood. "I am sure you will not allow injustice to happen against me and my family," she said.

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Kranti wrote, “We are being humiliated in front of people every day. I grew up with the ideals of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Hindu Hriday Samrat Balasaheb Thackeray. Do not do injustice to anyone and do not suffer injustice to yourself, this is what these two have taught. Today, I stand alone and fight against people attacking my personal life." She added, “I am an artist. I don't understand politics and I don't even want to get into it. Even though we have no relation with this, our respect is being brought down every day. People on social media are having fun."

Sameer Wankhede's wife said, " Today he (Bal Thackeray) is not there, but you are. We see his shadow in you. You are leading us and I have full faith in you. You will never let injustice happen. Therefore, being a Marathi, I am looking at you with expectation. You do justice. Your sister Kranti Redkar."

At the same time, Yasmin Wankhede, sister of Sameer Wankhede, has filed a police complaint to register a case against Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik. Along with this, she has also written a letter to the National Commission for Women. In the letter, she said that her constitutional rights as a woman are being violated. She has requested the Women's Commission to protect her constitutional rights.

Responding to Yasmin's letter, National Commission for Women Chairperson Rekha Sharma said that she has written mostly about her brother in the letter, but she has also written about police apathy as well as being stocked online. Rekha Sharma said, “We will write to the Director-General of Police, Maharashtra on this. You can approach the police in the case of your brother."

Earlier, on the allegations made by Nawab Malik regarding Sameer Wankhede's name, Yasmin had said, 'Who is he (Nawab Malik) looking for the birth certificate of a bureaucrat? His research team posted this picture from Dubai to Bombay." Yasmin had said that because of this she is getting death threats. It is worth noting that Malik while tweeting a birth certificate, had named Sameer Wankhede as 'Sameer Dawood Wankhede' and said that Wankhede is a Muslim and he has married a Muslim woman. Malik also shared a nikahnama on Twitter.

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Chetan Sharma is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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