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NCB to move Bombay High Court seeking cancellation of Sameer Khan's bail in drug case

Updated on: 25 October,2021 11:40 AM IST  |  Mumbai
ANI |

Notably, Nawab Malik's son-in-law Sameer Khan was earlier arrested on January 13 this year by NCB in connection with a drug case

NCB to move Bombay High Court seeking cancellation of Sameer Khan's bail in drug case

Sameer Khan. File pic


Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) will move Bombay High Court seeking cancellation of bail of Sameer Khan, the son-in-law of Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik for violating bail conditions in a drug case.


"We will move for bail cancellation Sameer Khan in Bombay HC for violating bail conditions," a top NCB official told ANI.



Notably, Nawab Malik's son-in-law Sameer Khan was earlier arrested on January 13 this year by NCB in connection with a drug case.


Also read: Sameer Wankhede writes to Mumbai Police Chief, seeks protection from legal action based on ‘false charges’

Khan was granted bail on September 27, after eight months in prison. Meanwhile, the NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede and Nawab Malik are at loggerheads over the investigation of the drugs-on-cruise in Mumbai.

Malik has shared the birth certificate of Wankhede on Twitter saying "Sameer Dawood Wankhede's fraud started from here."

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