There is a lot of politics going on regarding the famous cruise drugs case of Mumbai. The dispute between Maharashtra government minister Nawab Malik and NCB director Sameer Wankhede is getting deeper. Meanwhile, Nawab Malik has shared the certificate of Sameer Wankhede claiming that he is a Muslim. Addressing a press conference, the NCP leader said that Sameer Wankhede is a Muslim, and is doing a government job by making a fake caste certificate.
What did Nawab Malik say
Malik said, “Earlier there have been many complaints that people get jobs through fake certificates. Hence a scrutiny committee was formed. When someone takes a job in the category, it is necessary to validate his certificate. This certificate was issued from the Mumbai commissioner’s office, but there is no such provision in the central government that validity should be done. Information is obtained only from the collector and the job is given by issuing a certificate.
Action will be taken against Sameer Wankhede under the law
Nawab Malik said that, “All Dalit organizations are talking to me and all the people will file their complaint in front of this scrutiny committee regarding this certificate and demand that they snatched the share of a Dalit and got a government job by forgery and that law When it is proved that this certificate is bogus, then on the basis of that an order is passed that whatever benefit was taken on the basis of this certificate should be withdrawn.
NCB is implicating people in false cases
Nawab Malik had earlier tweeted that, “Some officers of NCB are implicating people in false cases. I have received a letter from unknown official of NCB. That letter has been sent to me by an NCB official on the condition of keeping his name a secret. It has been two days since I received that letter. A copy of that letter has also been sent to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Home Minister and DG, Congress President.
What did Nawab Malik say about the letter?
When he was questioned about the letter, he said, “In that letter the officer has told that there is a gang of some special officers in the office. People are implicated in fake cases. Money is recovered. Those who are honest officers are sidelined. If the 26 cases mentioned in that letter are investigated, then many more things can be revealed.
On the other hand, Sameer Wankhede has denied all the allegations against him as false. He said that all this is a lie and a joke. Whatever has to be done, let it be done, everything is wrong. At the same time, senior NCB officials have spoken of an inquiry on the letter.
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