A petition was filed by Wankhede before the Bombay High Court stating that Aryan Khan and Sameer Khan case should be probed by a central team. As a result, the agency has now formed the central team led by Sanjay Kumar Singh, a DDG Rank officer, who will investigate these two matters and not Wankhede.,final rome tennis live tv
A total of five cases have been transferred to SK Singh and his team.,real cricket 17 mod apk all unlocked
cricket insect with spikes,"I only filed a writ petition saying that these two cases should be investigated by central teams... There is a senior officer who is investigating the case," Wankhede told Times Network.
Speaking to news agency ANI, he said that he has 'not been removed from the investigation', but instead, it is his petition that the probe agency has acted upon. "It was my writ petition in court that the matter be probed by a central agency. So Aryan case & Sameer Khan case are being probed by Delhi NCB's SIT. It's a coordination b/w NCB teams of Delhi & Mumbai," he said.,cricket bats names list
soccer football terms,A team of Delhi NCB is arriving in Mumbai tomorrow after the decision that 6 cases of the Mumbai zone, including Aryan Khan's case and 5 other cases, will now be investigated by them.
The NCB has alleged that the five cases may have nationwide, as well as international connections and claimed that a Central Zone team, headed by SK Singh will now lead the probe for 'close coordination'.,basketball vest jordan
free online zynga poker,According to a press release, the NCB said, "SIT comprising officers from Ops Branch of NCB HQ constituted by Director General, NCB to take over a total of 6 cases from NCB Mumbai Zonal Unit which have national& international ramifications in order to conduct deeper investigation to find out forward & backward linkages."
tennis lessons werribee,The NCB also added that "No officer or officers have been removed from their present roles & they'll continue to assist the Operations Branch investigation as required until any specific orders are issued to the contrary. It's reiterated that NCB functions across India as a single integrated agency".