FIR filed against Sameer Wankhede by Maha Police

Mumbai, Feb. 20 (IANS): Maharashtra Police have filed an FIR against Sameer Wakhende, the controversial former NCB Zone Manager (Mumbai) at Kopri Police Station in Thane District for obtaining a liquor license for his bar by allegedly providing fake information.

The FIR against Sameer Wankhede was filed around 8 p.m. Saturday.

“Wankhede is the owner of Sadguru Family Restaurant and Bar, located in Vasi. On October 29, 1997, the liquor license to serve alcohol in a bar was obtained. Mr. Wankhede allegedly provided false information regarding his date At the time when the liquor license was obtained, Wankhede was 17 years and eleven months old whereas to obtain the liquor license one had to be of legal age,” a source said.

In November, Nawab Malik, the leader of the NCP and a minister in the government of Maharashtra, had made allegations against Sameer Wankhede.

He had said that Sameer ran a restaurant and bar in Vasi area of ​​Navi Mumbai, but he got the license to serve alcohol by providing false information.

Earlier in this row, the National Scheduled Caste Commission said an FIR should be filed against Nawab Malik. The Commission had said that it was Wankhede who was being harassed.

Now the row has escalated as Wankhede has been booked by Thane Police.

Wankhede is currently stationed with DRI.

Source link

About James S. Moore

Check Also

Beltangady: Increase in illegal activities on Charmadi Ghat, police reinforce security

Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (MS) Beltangady, May 16: Police patrol is reinforced after passengers …