Sameer Wankhede's father files defamation lawsuit against Nawab Malik
Sameer Wankhede's father, Dhyandev Kachruji Wankhede, has filed a defamation lawsuit in opposition to Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik in Bombay High Court.
Sameer Wankhede's father, Dhyandev Kachruji Wankhede, has filed a defamation lawsuit in opposition to Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik in Bombay High Court. Sameer Wankhede, who is that the zonal director of the Narcotics management Bureau in Mumbai, has been within the eye of the storm since last month.
Wankhede' attorney, Arshad Shaikh, aforesaid leader has been calling the Wankhede family “fraud and questioning their non secular beliefs, saying they're not Hindus”. He further said that leader was calling everyone (in the Wankhede family) a fraud. Literally, on a daily basis," and destroying the observe of his girl Yasmin, who may be a criminal lawyer and doesn't seem in narcotics cases. The suit says that leader has done “irreparable loss, damage, harm, prejudice to the name, character, name and social group image of complainant and his family members”. Dhyandev desires a enjoinment restraining Malik, his party members and every one others acting underneath or on his directions from publishing, writing or speaking within the media regarding him and his family members.
Dhyandev wants a permanent injunction preventing Malik, his party members and anyone acting under or behind his instructions from posting, writing or speaking in the media about him and his family members.