No truth in Wankhede's complaint: Mum police
The Times of India Hyderabad|October 24, 2021
Mumbai: A probe conducted by Mumbai police has revealed there is no truth in the complaint lodged by NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede that he was being spied upon by sleuths from the Oshiwara police station.
Prafulla Marpakwar

Wankhede, who is probing the cruise liner drugs seizure case, had on October 11 called on director general of police Sanjay Pandey, saying his movements were being monitored by Oshiwara police during his daily visits to a cemetery where his mother has been buried.

In his complaint, Wankhede submitted it had come to his knowledge that two constables from Oshiwara police station, along with unknown persons, had visited the cemetery in the afternoon of October 7 and collected CCTV footage of his visit.

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