No orders have been given to track the top officer of the Narcotics Control Bureau, who is investigating the case in which megastar Shah Rukh Khan’s son has been arrested, Maharashtra Home Minister said today after the officer complained that he was “spied on”.
NCB zonal director Samir Wankhede, who spearheaded the raid on the cruise ship off Mumbai coast earlier this month, leading to the arrest of Aryan Khan, met the Maharashtra police chief to complain about the monitoring. The officer has complained that he has come to know that some people were “tracking his movements”, NCB sources said.
“We have not given any orders to police or state intelligence to follow Sameer Wankhede. He has complained it to DG Maharashtra police we will look into this issue,” said Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse-Patil.