Sameer Wankhede’s sister Yasmin filed a complaint against Nawab Malik in the police station, wrote a letter to the Women’s Commission

Yasmeen Wankhede, sister of Narcotics Control Bureau zonal director Sameer Wankhede, took a dig at Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik. Now he has filed a police complaint against Nawab Malik. Yasmin Wankhede has also written a letter to the National Commission for Women.

According to the tweet of news agency ANA, Sameer Wankhede’s sister Yasmin Wankhede has written a letter to the National Commission for Women requesting to protect her constitutional rights as a woman. With this, he has complained to the police to register a case against Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik.

Earlier, Nawab Malik is continuously accusing Sameer Wankhede. Nawab Malik, while tweeting the birth certificate, had given his name as Sameer Dawood Wankhede. On this Yasmin Wankhede retaliated on Nawab Malik. Yasmin Wankhede said, ‘You (Nawab Malik) do not consider Twitter or social media as a court. You go to court with your evidence. If you believe your evidence to be true then why don’t you go to court. Why are you tweeting? They are aware that their allegations are false, baseless and false.

Yasmin Wankhede had also said, ‘Who is he (Nawab Malik) looking for the birth certificate of a bureaucrat? His research team has posted this picture from Dubai to Bombay. We are getting death threat calls. I feel I should also present false evidence everyday.

Yasmin Wankhede


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