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'He will be shattered': Shah Rukh Khan's chat with former NCB officer Sameer Wankhede's surfaces

Cordelia cruise drug bust case: Whatsapp chat between Shah Rukh Khan whose son Aryan khan was arrested in the drug case and then Narcotics Control Bureau officer (NCB) Sameer Wankhede who led the probe surfaced today.

Reported By : Abhay Parashar Edited By : Raju Kumar
Mumbai
Updated on: May 20, 2023 6:22 IST
A sensational chat between the father of accused SRK and
Image Source : INDIA TV A sensational chat between the father of accused SRK and then investigating officer Sameeer Wankhede appeared today.

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan's Whatsapp chat with former Narcotics Control Bureau officer (NCB) Sameer Wankhede on Friday surfaced in which the actor requested him not to arrest his son Aryan Khan in the Cordelia cruise drug bust case. The chat occurred on October 3, 2021, when SRK's son was in the jail.

"I will talk to you in my capacity as a father. Not any other way and you can hear from me that I mean every word I have said. You are a gentleman and a good husband I am the same. I have to try and help my family whishing the bounds of the law. I be you man please don't let him be in that jail," the chat read.

"These holidays will come and he will break as a human being. His spirit will be destroyed because of the same vested people. You promised you will reform my child not put him in a place where he may come out completely," it added.

India Tv - Alleged chat between SRK and Sameer Wankhede

Image Source : INDIA TVAlleged chat between SRK and Sameer Wankhede

Earlier today, Wankhede moved a petition before the Bombay High Court seeking quashing of an FIR filed against him by the CBI for allegedly demanding Rs 25 crore bribe from SRK for not implicating his son Aryan Khan in the Cordelia cruise drug bust case.

In the petition moved before a vacation bench of the high court, Wankhede also sought that no coercive action related to the Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) first information report (FIR) be taken against him.

CBI filed the FIR against Wankhede

The bench will hear his plea later in the day. The CBI filed the FIR against Wankhede and four others recently. Aryan Khan was arrested by the NCB on October 3, 2021 after a raid on the Cordelia cruise ship.

He was granted bail by the Bombay High Court after three weeks as the anti-drug agency failed to substantiate its charges against him.

The CBI booked Wankhede and others for alleged criminal conspiracy and threat of extortion, besides under provisions pertaining to bribery under the Prevention of Corruption Act on a complaint by the NCB.

The probe agency has alleged that the NCB, Mumbai Zone, had received information in October 2021 related to the consumption and possession of narcotics substances by various individuals on the private cruise ship and that some of its officers conspired and obtained undue advantage in the form of bribes from the alleged accused.

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday granted protection from coercive action to Wankhede for five days with the liberty to approach the appropriate forum, which would be the Bombay High Court.

The CBI summoned Wankhede for questioning in Mumbai on Thursday in connection with the case, but he did not appear before the agency's team.

Also read- When Shah Rukh Khan taught Aryan, Suhana 'Hindu and Muslim prayer rituals' | Watch Video

 

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