Sameer Wankhede's sister-in-law files a complaint against Nawab Malik

Sameer Wankhede’s sister-in-law files a complaint against Nawab Malik.

The sister-in-law of the area director of the Office of Narcotics Control (OCN), Sameer Wankhede, Harshada Dinanath Redkar, filed a complaint against Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Nawab Malik on Tuesday in a tweet posted by him.

An FIR against Malik and another person, Nishant Verma, was registered at Goregaon Police Station under sections 354, 354D, 503, and 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and also section 4 of the Indian Criminal Code (IPC). 1986 on the indecent representation of women.

In a written complaint, Redkar said: “Since the last few days, I have been shocked and surprised to see my name circulating on the Internet and other social networks claiming that I have been arrested in connection with crimes related to immoral trafficking and/or for alleged possession of drugs in 2018 “.

Redkar said she was framed during her acting career due to a professional rivalry.

Noting that the case is still pending, Redkar said that despite that, she was living a stable life until the defendant, Nishant Varma, “who calls himself a political analyst, but is apparently a rumor-monger and active in social networks for whom he pays something “and Nawab Malik” who unfortunately is a minister in the state government and an MLA who has barely appeared in the news because he belongs to his real responsibilities “.

“Apparently, both the aforementioned individuals and the unknown individuals are sponsored by the defendants and their relatives in the ‘MV Cordelia Cruise Case’ to criminally intimidate my brother-in-law into submitting to his lawsuit to dilute the case against the defendant in the Cordelia Case, “he said in the statement urging the police to present an FIR.

He further said that the accused are so ignorant and illiterate that they do not realize that simply because they want to intimidate my brother-in-law, they are ruining my settled life on the spot, committing the aforementioned crimes against me.

“The tweets mentioned alleged activities that occurred 14 years ago. The defendant just wants to intimidate my brother-in-law. They are ruining my settled life,” he added.

The complaint further reads: “He (Malik) is also apparently trying to avenge the framing of his addict/drug dealer son by Sameer Wankhede or much worse, by protecting drug dealers from further investigation by him.”

This came after a recent tweet from Nawab Malik, where the minister asked if Sameer Wankhede’s sister-in-law was involved in the drug business.

In the tweet, Nawab Malik wrote: “Sameer Dawood Wankhede, is your sister-in-law Harshada Dinanath Redkar involved in the drug business? You must answer because your case is pending before the Pune court. Here is the evidence.”

The NCP leader also posted a snapshot of a document related to that case.