Sameer Wankhede, a former NCB officer, has received death threats on social media. The Mumbai Police have been alerted by Wankhede of this.
Wankhede has demanded an inquiry by giving information to the Mumbai police in this regard.
It has been told that a Twitter account was created on August 14 and through the same threats were made to Wankhede.
The Mumbai Police was informed by Sameer Wankhede that he had received death threats on social media.
In his complaint, the former zonal director of NCB told the Police that the account through which the threat was given was created on August 14 itself.
In a message received from a Twitter account named Aman, he wrote that "You do not know what you have done, you will have to give account of it." IRS officer Wankhede told that after that the person wrote, "Will finish you."
After receiving threats, Wankhede contacted Goregaon Police Station in Mumbai.
The police recorded the statement of Sameer Wankhede in this case on Thursday.
Wankhede told the police that the Twitter account from which the threat was received had zero followers and it is suspected that this account was created only to make threats.
Recently in the matter of caste certificate, Sameer Wankhede got a clean chit from the Cast Scrutiny Committee. In a 91-page order, the Cast Scrutiny Committee rejected the argument that Wankhede was a Muslim by birth.
This whole matter came to light last year when Wankhede was the head of the Narcotic Control Bureau in Mumbai.
Wankhede alleged that Malik raised the issue of his caste certificate as a cabinet minister. At that time, Wankhede's team had arrested Malik's son-in-law Sameer Khan in a drug case.
After the release of Sameer, Malik started making these allegations. The Aryan Khan Drugs Case gave more impetus to the anti-Wankhede campaign. After this case, Wankhede was removed from NCB.