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Aryan Khan Case: Sameer Wankhede’s wife Kranti Redkar writes a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray, here’s what she wrote!

Since the arrest of Aryan Khan in a narcotics bust case by the Narcotics Control Bureau, NCB chief Sameer Wankhede has been subjected to a barrage of assaults from Nawab Malik. Kranti Redkar, the NCB chief’s wife, has now written a letter to CM Uddhav Thackeray. Nawab Malik, the leader of the Nationalist Congress party, has been criticising Wankhede for obtaining a government post using a “false caste certificate.” He also accused him of extorting money from people by falsely accusing them of crimes.

Kranti Redkar, Sameer Wankhede’s wife, has sent a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, which she has uploaded on Twitter. The Marathi actress wrote in Marathi, “Honorable Uddhav Ji, I grew up a Marathi girl in view of Shiv Sena fighting for the justice of Marathi man since childhood. Learned from Balasaheb Thackeray and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj that do not do injustice to anyone, do not tolerate injustice on yourself.”

She also wrote, “I have full faith that’s why as a Marathi person, today I am looking at you with expectation, requesting you to do justice.” Take a look at the tweet below:

Kranti Redkar previously spoke out in response to NCP minister Nawab Malik’s claims against her spouse Sameer Wankhede. She said, “I don’t think it’s true. There is so much noise being made that he is targeting celebrities. There may be 2 to 3 per cent cases related to celebrities, the rest of 95 per cent cases are related to drug peddlers. I don’t think Sameer is in connection with any political party. He belongs to the central government and works neutrally. If any party believes or feels that Sameer is working in the favour of any political party then such people need to clear up their mind”.

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