Sameer Wankhede case: Sister Yasmin writes letter to Women’s Commission against Nawab Malik

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Published by: Amit Mandal
Updated to Wednesday, 27 October 2021 09:26 PM IST

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Yasmin Wankhede wrote a letter to the National Commission for Women appealing for her rights to be protected. He also lodged a complaint with the police.

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The sphere of allegations and counter-allegations did not stop after the arrest of Aryan Khan in the cruise drugs case. NCP leader Nawab Malik is revealing new things daily. The matter led to family members being dragged out. Now Sameer Wankhede’s sister Yasmin Wankhede is facing a backlash against Nawab Malik.

Demanded that the case be registered
Yasmin demanded that a case be registered against Nawab Malik for complaining about his rhetoric to the police. In addition, she wrote a letter to the National Commission for Women urging them to protect their rights.

The High Court refused to hold an urgent hearing
The Bombay High Court on Wednesday refused to hear an urgent petition filed by Nawab Malik seeking an order not to make any remarks against the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the drugs case. Kauser Ali of Mumbai has filed a public interest litigation in the High Court. Ali said he would work to rehabilitate the slaves.

He asked the high court to direct Malik not to make any comments on the NCB or any other investigating agency officials involved in the Aryan Khan case. Ashok Sarogi, counsel for the petitioner, sought an urgent hearing from a bench comprising Chief Justice Deepankar Dutta and Justice MS Karnik. The High Court, however, asked the surrogate to approach the vacation bench.

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The sphere of allegations and counter-allegations did not stop after the arrest of Aryan Khan in the cruise drugs case. NCP leader Nawab Malik is revealing new things daily. The matter led to family members being dragged out. Now Sameer Wankhede’s sister Yasmin Wankhede is facing a backlash against Nawab Malik.

Demanded that the case be registered

Yasmin demanded that a case be registered against Nawab Malik for complaining about his rhetoric to the police. In addition, she wrote a letter to the National Commission for Women urging them to protect their rights.

The High Court refused to hold an urgent hearing

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday refused to hear an urgent petition filed by Nawab Malik seeking an order not to make any remarks against the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in the drugs case. Kauser Ali of Mumbai has filed a public interest litigation in the High Court. Ali said he would work to rehabilitate the slaves.

He asked the high court to direct Malik not to make any comments on the NCB or any other investigating agency officials involved in the Aryan Khan case. Ashok Sarogi, counsel for the petitioner, sought an urgent hearing from a bench comprising Chief Justice Deepankar Dutta and Justice MS Karnik. The High Court, however, asked the surrogate to approach the vacation bench.

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