Mumbai: Maharashtra minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik on Monday filed a complaint with the Vigilance Department of the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIT) against former Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officer Sameer Wankhede, saying he “He has a permit room and bar license in his name since 1997.”
The letter reads, “Wankhede has Permit Room and Bar License in its own name since October 29, 1997…”
The complaint further reads, “Whether a Central Government employee is eligible to hold and operate a permit room and bar license in his own name? Please look into the facts of administrative misconduct… and conduct a proper inquiry into the matter (sic)”. . ”
On Sunday, Nawab Malik had alleged that some influential BJP leaders from Maharashtra were lobbying to extend Mr Wankhede’s term, which ended on December 31 last year.
Malik alleged that Mr Wankhede was deliberately spreading some news and deliberately saying that he does not want expansion.
He further alleged that the former NCB officer continued his wrongdoings despite several revelations by him and they are still trying to implicate innocent people.
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