Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested in fake case? New photos of Sameer Wankhede with KP Gosavi raise serious questions on NCB’s integrity


Was Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested in a fake case by the Narcotics Control Bureau? New photos of NCB’s Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede have raised serious questions on the integrity of the central government agency. The emergence of new photos also appears to strengthen the claims Aryan Khan’s arrest was to extort money from Shah Rukh Khan, as alleged by independent NCB witness Prabhakar Sail.

Photos, taken from the Goa-bound cruise, show the controversial NCB officer with KP Gosavi, the man whose selfie with Aryan Khan had gone viral.

In one photo, Gosavi is seen behind Wankhede, who is sitting with a bunch of papers and surrounded by a group of people on the cruise. Gosavi’s casual body language shows that he’s extremely close to Wankhede.

Gosavi, currently absconding, is also seen standing next to Wankhede in another photo, where the NCB officer can be seen interacting with passengers on the night of the raid.

Gosavi had shot to fame after his selfie with Aryan Khan from the office of NCB had gone viral. In another video, Gosavi was seen grilling Aryan Khan even though he’s not employed by the anti-drug agency.

Maharashtra Nawab Malik had earlier raised questions on the presence of BJP leader Manish Bhanusali, who was seen escorting Aryan Khan’s friend Arbaaz Merchant to the NCB office on the night of the raid. Though Bhanushali has said that he was only an ordinary worker of the BJP, his photos with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis have gone viral.

NCB witness Prabhakar Sail had alleged in a five-page affidavit that Gosavi had spoken about extorting Rs. 25 crores from the arrest of Aryan Khan and the need to pay Rs. 8 crore to Wankhede. He had also alleged that Gosavi had also made him sign blank pages.

On Tuesday, Nawab Malik sensationally alleged that Wankhede was illegally tapping the phones of Bollywood actors, politicians and businessmen in Mumbai with the help of two private people.