Voice of Maharashtra

Sameer Wankhede's explanation on Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil's surveillance by Mumbai Police

Mumbai: The case has been under discussion in the state since the NCB raided a cruise from Mumbai to Goa and arrested eight accused, including Aryan Khan. The case has also sparked a spate of allegations in the state's political circles. Against this backdrop, NCB official Sameer Wankhede lodged a complaint alleging that Mumbai Police was keeping a close watch on him. State Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has revealed this. He has made a statement after being questioned by the media in Mumbai.

While the atmosphere in the state is heated due to the allegations of Sameer Wankhede, the image of Mumbai Police is once again being questioned. Therefore, the role of Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil is important in this regard. Therefore, when the media representatives inquired about this, the Home Minister said that he had not given any such instructions to anyone and rejected the allegations of Sameer Wankhede.
I don't think Mumbai police officers keep a watch and so on. Dilip Walse Patil said that no such instructions were given to him. Also, we don't know much about his allegations, I will talk about it with additional information, said Valse Patil.
A senior NCB official, including Wankhede, met state director general of police Sanjay Pandey on Monday and complained that he was being monitored by two policemen. Along with Wankhede, NCB Deputy Director General Mutha Ashok Jain was also present on the occasion. The allegations made by Wankhede have made some shocking claims. Sources said that Wankhede had told Jain and Pandey that some people were watching my movements. It has been informed that CCTV footage has also come to light that two persons were following Wankhede. Stating that the matter is very serious, Wankhede declined to comment directly.