The Khan family’s comments, according to the CBI, are essential to understanding the conspiracy.
The stunning report that Aryan Khan had been detained in connection with a narcotics extortion case had caused a significant commotion in the Indian media and a significant backlash. While Sameer Wankhede, the officer in charge at the Narcotics Control Bureau, and a few NCB officials were accused of bribery and extortion against the Khan family, Aryan Khan was given a clean bill of health in the case; however, in May of this year, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed an FIR against them. According to recent rumors, the CBI would ask Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan Khan to testify in the extortion case.
We will soon record the statements of Aryan Khan, who was detained by NCB, and Shah Rukh Khan, from whom Rs. 25 crores was demanded by the accused Kiran Gosavi and Sanville D’Souza at the direction of Wankhede, according to the CBI, which claimed in May of this year that evidence had been found against NCB officials. The CBI also confirmed that it had summoned the superstar and his son in connection with the case. To fully understand the plot, it is vital to record their statements, one of the officers said.
For the uninitiated, Shah Rukh Khan, the son of one of India’s biggest celebrities, was supposedly detained for narcotics possession and later charged with being a dealer with links abroad. While Jr. Khan was exonerated of all charges after receiving bail in the case, the officer in command at Wankhede is currently being investigated after being accused of extorting the Khan family and accepting bribes.
According to sources, the CBI has also filed an FIR in the extortion case against Gosavi and D’Souza, intelligence officer Ashish Ranjan, and former NCB superintendent of police Vishwa Vijay Singh. While the CBI has reportedly already begun its inquiry against these officials with an inquiry report in hand, they are currently awaiting the court order to carry out a more full and in-depth investigation.