Mumbai: According to the court order, the NCB has found no facts in the claim that the cannabis was seized. Therefore, the case filed by the NCB against Sameer Khan and two others under Section 27 (a) of the NDPS Act is null and void, said NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik. However, the NCB has filed a petition in the high court seeking cancellation of Sameer Khan’s bail. Therefore, Sameer Khan’s problems are expected to increase.
The NCB has filed the petition in the High Court. The petition seeks cancellation of Sameer Khan’s bail. Therefore, all eyes are on what the court decides in this case. We have gone to the High Court to cancel Sameer Khan’s bell. Items found by Sameer Khan. Those items carry a 10-year sentence. We have imposed Section 27 (a) on Sameer Khan. They found nothing. However, he is accused of financing the business. Sameer Khan has been granted bail. There are many conditions attached to it. It says there should be no pressure on the person involved in the investigation in any way. However, now by releasing the number of our officers, this is an attempt to put pressure on the investigation. “We will try to take legal action in this regard,” NCB sources said.
What did Wankhede say?
The case is in court. It’s okay that they announced my number. They say they did not find any drugs. So read the report. “We have gone to the apex court to get his bail revoked,” said NCB official Sameer Wankhede.
The events told by Malik
On January 14, NCB staff went to raid my son-in-law’s house. It was shown on all the news channels that a large quantity of cannabis was found. But nothing was actually confiscated from the house. Yet conspiracies were hatched to defame the media by giving false news. I have been saying from the beginning that the NCB is working to defame the people by forging it. Nawab Malik also alleged that the same had happened in the case of Riya Chakraborty.
We’ve been tense for the last several months after framing my son-in-law. But our leader Sharad Pawar increased my courage. He also said that if Javaya did something wrong, the law would punish him, but his father-in-law could not be punished.
On January 8, 2021, the NCB told reporters that two parcels were traced from Universal Cargo. On January 9, the house of Karan Sajnani, who lives in Bandra, was raided. The NCB issued an official press note and seized 200 kg of cannabis. On the same day, on January 9, an NCB official sent a press note and four photos from his mobile number. A British national was arrested, the press release said. On January 9, seven and a half grams of cannabis were seized from a girl named Rahila Furniturewala. The girl was granted bail the same day. On the same day, raids were carried out at various places across the country. A summons was issued to my son-in-law Sameer Khan on January 12 at 10 pm. He was summoned for questioning on January 13 at 10 a.m. The next morning at ten o’clock my son-in-law Sameer Khan reached the NCB office. The news channel’s camera was already there. All the news channels posted a photo of my son-in-law and told him that it was related to drugs. The NCB spent three months in court proceedings after the arrest. The press note of the action taken by the NCB on January 9 and the photos of the seized drugs were forwarded to the journalists from the mobile number XXXXXXXXXX of the NCB officials. The media reported on the basis of these photos and misleading information. He also appealed to the journalists to ensure that no matter how much news someone sows in the end.
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