Former NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) chief Sameer Wankhede, who investigated the Aryan Khan dress case, has been accused of demanding bribe. KP Gosavi, a CBI witness, said that Sameer had demanded a bribe of 25 crores from Shah Rukh Khan for not implicating Aryan Khan in the cruise drugs case. After which Gosavi himself confirmed the deal for 18 crores. Gosavi had taken Rs 50 lakh as commission.
According to the FIR filed by the CBI against Sameer, Gosavi had demanded Rs 25 crore in the Aryan Khan case at the behest of the former NCB chief. Instead, it was assured that Aryan Khan would not be implicated in the drug case.
Apart from Sameer Wankhede, the CBI has named NCB officer VV Singh, the then investigating officer in the Aryan Khan drugs case Ashish Ranjan, KP Gosavi and one of his associates D’Souza as accused in this case. KP Gosavi is the same person who took selfie with Aryan Khan who was in NCB custody. According to what is written in the FIR, KP Gosavi had the liberty to take selfies with Aryan and record his voice.
It is written in the FIR, ‘KP Gosavi was kept with Aryan Khan as if he was an officer of NCB. Whereas NCB officers were already stationed there. Gosavi was allowed to stay with Aryan Khan. He also had permission to visit the NCB office.
It has also been mentioned in the FIR that Sameer Wankhede gave full freedom to KP Gosavi and his associate D’Souza to extort Rs 25 crore from Aryan’s family members. Later this amount was fixed at Rs 18 crore.
Both Gosavi and D’Souza together took a commission of Rs 50 lakh but later a part of the amount was returned. Let us inform that CBI raided the house of former NCB chief Sameer Wankhede on Friday, May 12. The agency raided a total of 29 locations in Mumbai, Delhi, Ranchi and Kanpur.
Sameer Wankhede raided on October 2, 2021 after receiving information about rave party in Cordelia Cruise going from Mumbai to Goa. Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested from here. After this Aryan remained in police custody for 26 days, during which he was also sent to Arthur Road Jail.