I have full confidence in the judiciary, CBI, Centre: Samir and Enkidi
Speaking exclusively with IANS, Wankhede, the IRS officer, said he has complete faith in the judiciary, the CBI and the central government.
His comments came after the Bombay High Court on Friday ordered the CBI not to take any coercive action against Ankidi until May 22, when the matter will be brought up at the next hearing.
“I will come out clean on this. I did something wrong. The report (which was prepared by the NCB Special Investigation Team) has some flaws. I trust the CBI and I think the agency will find out the truth. I also think the central government will look into it in terms of how I was abused.” The judiciary exists to protect the rights of individuals. The judiciary has given me relief,” Wankidi told IANS.
Wankidi stated that it had been nearly two years, and despite his innocence, he was still in emotional distress.
Wankhede finds himself in a precarious situation as allegations surface that he tried to extort 25 crore rupees from Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan in exchange for the release of his son Aryan Khan, who was accused in Cordelia Cruz drug bankruptcy case.
On the basis of the SET report, the CBI filed an FIR under the Prevention of Corruption Act v. Wankhede et al. The Central Bank of Iraq also raided its headquarters.
“I will reveal some things in due time,” said Wankidi.
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