“Who’s this Lady Don?”: Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik drops another bombshell; questions integrity of Aryan Khan’s investigator Sameer Wankhede with new photos


Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik has dropped a fresh bombshell by releasing a series of photos to question the integrity of Sameer Wankhede, the NCB officer, who’s investigating the case related to the arrest of Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan.

In his fresh charge against the NCB, Malik released the photo of a woman with one Fletcher Patel, who’s reported named a witness by Wankhede in the case. Malik said that both Patel and the woman in the photo knew each other very well.

The woman in the photo shared by Malik is identified as Jasmin Wankhede, the sister of Sameer Wankhede.

Malik tweeted, “Fletcher Patel seen in this picture with someone who he calls ‘My Lady Don’. Who is this ‘Lady Don’?”

The photo in question was shared by Fletcher Patel in October on Instagram, where he wrote, “With my lady don sister#weekend#family time.”

In another photo, both Fletcher and Sameer Wankhede are seen sharing a stage for a function.

Malik wrote, “#NCB official Sameer Wankhede and his family. I have presented 3 different Panchnamas where Fletcher Patel is a Panch. Question arises, Can a friend of an NCB official be allowed to be a Panch ? Is it legally allowed?”

According to Malik, Patel was named a witness on three occasions by Sameer Wankhede. “Here are the front pages of 3 Panchnamas where Fletcher Patel is a Panch,” the minister added.

Malik has been relentlessly attacking the Narcotics Control Bureau and its collusion with the BJP to target Shah Rukh Khan and his son Aryan Khan, who was arrested by the anti-drug agency this month. Aryan has since been in jail with a Mumbai judge reserving his judgment in the star child’s bail plea for 20 October.

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Malik had earlier sensationally claimed that the next target was Shah Rukh Khan after the Narcotics Control Bureau arrested the actor’s son Aryan in a drug case. Terming the arrest of Aryan as ‘forgery,’ Malik had questioned the credibility of the NCB raid on the Cordelia Cruise ship on 2 October, alleging that it had not followed the due procedure as per the NDPS Act, and two non-NCB persons’ involvement in what he said was a fake operation.