Sameer Wankhede, the Narcotics Control Bureau's Mumbai zonal head who is driving the test in the journey drugs case in which entertainer Shah Rukh Khan's child Aryan Khan is captured, shown up in the public capital on Monday night. His visit to Delhi comes in the background of the NCB requesting a watchfulness investigation into the claims made by an observer in the voyage drugs instance of a coercion bid of Rs 25 crore by some organization authorities, including Wankhede, and others for letting off Aryan Khan.
The official told media people outside the Indira Gandhi International Airport here that he has not been called by the organization however has some work here.
The official on Sunday had kept in touch with Mumbai Police chief Hemant Nagrale, looking for assurance from likely legitimate activity "being arranged" against him by obscure people to erroneously outline him concerning a supposed carefulness related issue.
Wankhede on Monday neglected to get any help identified with an oath on the shocking coercion claims made by the autonomous observer, Prabhakar Sail, with a unique court saying it can't pass a sweeping request banishing courts from taking cognisance of the archive.