A narcotics company officer in Delhi, who has taken more than six situations handled by Mumbai anti-medication officer Sameer Wankhede, has before worked as Deputy Inspector Basic with the Central Bureau of Investigation.
Sanjay Kumar Singh, a 1996-batch Odisha cadre Indian Law enforcement Company officer, will get over the six circumstances such as the Mumbai medication-on-cruise case. He is at this time Deputy Director Common (Functions) of the Narcotics Regulate Bureau or NCB.
Mr Singh also headed the anti-medication endeavor pressure in the twin city commissionerate in Odisha. When he was with the CBI, he supervised the workforce that investigated the 2010 Commonwealth Games fraud.
The 6 drug conditions that have been transferred to a workforce headed by Mr Singh incorporate the Aryan Khan case and 5 other delicate types claimed to be linked with a range of Bollywood personalities.
Mr Wankhede has been in the centre of a huge controversy around the arrest of actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan from a cruise off the Mumbai coast. The NCB zonal director was accused by leaders of the ruling Shiv Sena and the Nationalist Congress Get together of framing phony scenarios to tarnish the graphic of Bollywood and Maharashtra.
Mr Wankhede currently clarified he has not been taken out from the investigation into these instances. “I have not been taken off from investigation. It was my writ petition in court docket that the matter be probed by a central agency. So the Aryan (Khan) scenario and Sameer Khan situation are becoming probed by the Delhi NCB’s particular investigation workforce. It’s a coordination amongst NCB teams of Delhi and Mumbai,” Mr Wankhede advised information company ANI right now.
The NCB in assertion signed by Mr Singh also reported no officer has been removed from their existing roles. “They will proceed to aid the functions department investigation as required right up until any distinct orders are issued to the opposite. It is reiterated that the NCB features throughout India as a one built-in company,” the NCB explained in the statement tweeted by ANI.