Wankhede converts to Hindu or Muslim: Ex-wife’s father argues – he still prays and fasts

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated to Thursday, 28 October 2021 02:53 PM IST

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Dr. Zayed Qureshi, the father of Sameer Wankhede’s first wife, says he (Sameer) still follows Muslim customs. They perform Namaz and also fast.

NCB Zoner Director Sameer Wankhede
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Sameer Wankhede, zonal director of the Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB), said the problems were growing. The controversy over his religion is deepening. Meanwhile, the father of his first wife has revealed a big thing. He noted that Sameer was still following Muslim customs. Dr. Zayed Qureshi, the father of Dr. Shabana Qureshi, the first wife of Sameer Wankhede, said that he (Sameer) would still perform namaz and fasting as well.

Sameer was engaged according to Muslim customs
According to India Today news, his uncle (X) said, ‘My daughter is married in a Muslim family. It was a arranged marriage. We got engaged after three years of negotiations. We were engaged according to Muslim customs and got married 10 months after the engagement. Dawood Wankhede, his wife I have known since then. They also practiced Muslim rituals. Sameer’s first wife’s father said that Sameer’s family would not marry his daughter if they were Hindus.

Sameer also fasts during Ramadan
Qureshi further said, ‘Dawood Wankhede signed the nickname and it was written in Urdu as well as English. Everyone knows that family means Muslim. Sameer Wankhede’s father-in-law further said that Sameer’s mother was a devotee who performed all the religious rites related to Muslims. Sameer Wankhede follows all Muslim rituals and also offers Namaz during fasting during Ramadan. At the same time, he said that Mrs. Wankhede (Sameer’s mother) was a religious woman and that conditions had changed after her death. At the same time, he did not comment on his daughter’s split.

Sameer’s birth certificate was issued by Nawab Malik
It is learned that Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik had issued a birth certificate to Sameer Wankhede stating that he was a Muslim but had obtained a job by producing a fake caste certificate. However, Wankhede himself and his father also reiterated many times that he was from a Dalit family and that his mother was a Muslim.

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Trouble is mounting for Sameer Wankhede, zonal director of the Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB). The controversy over his religion is deepening. Meanwhile, the father of his first wife has revealed a big thing. He noted that Sameer was still following Muslim customs. Dr. Zayed Qureshi, the father of Dr. Shabana Qureshi, the first wife of Sameer Wankhede, said that he (Sameer) still had namaz and fasting.

Sameer was engaged according to Muslim customs

According to India Today news, his uncle (X) said, ‘My daughter is married in a Muslim family. It was a arranged marriage. We got engaged after three years of negotiations. We were engaged according to Muslim customs and got married 10 months after the engagement. Dawood Wankhede, his wife I have known since then. They also practiced Muslim rituals. Sameer’s first wife’s father said that Sameer’s family would not marry his daughter if they were Hindus.

Sameer also fasts during Ramadan

Qureshi further said, ‘Dawood Wankhede signed the nickname and it was written in Urdu as well as English. Everyone knows that family means Muslim. Sameer Wankhede’s father-in-law further said that Sameer’s mother was a devotee who performed all the religious rites related to Muslims. Sameer Wankhede follows all Muslim rituals and also offers Namaz during fasting during Ramadan. At the same time, he said that Mrs. Wankhede (Sameer’s mother) was a religious woman and that conditions had changed after her death. At the same time, he did not comment on his daughter’s split.

Sameer’s birth certificate was issued by Nawab Malik

It is learned that Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik had issued a birth certificate to Sameer Wankhede stating that he was a Muslim but had obtained a job by producing a fake caste certificate. However, Wankhede himself and his father also reiterated many times that he was from a Dalit family and that his mother was a Muslim.

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