Sameer Wankhede responds to Shah Rukh Khan allegedly asking for help in Aryan Khan’s arrest



IRS officer Sameer Wankhede recently talked about an alleged leaked conversation between him and Shahrukh Khan. This comes after alleged chats of Shahrukh and Wankhede leaked publicly while the office was investigated for money laundering.

According to the chats, Shah Rukh reportedly pleaded with Wankhede to show mercy on his son Aryan. This pertains to the 2021 case where Aryan Khan was arrested for drug-related charges with the case led by Wankhede.

While Aryan was eventually given a clean chit, he spent a month in Jail before getting out on bail. It was during this time, the chats allegedly took place. Shah Rukh asked Wankhede to show mercy towards Aryan.

The messages from the actor allegedly said, “I beg you as a father. Please don’t let him be in that jail. He will break as a human being.”

Wankhede’s response to alleged chats

Speaking to Lallantop in an interview, Wankhede says claims it was ‘the smallest case of his life’. He says has ‘no regrets in life’ and would ‘do it again’ if given another chance.

When asked if this was a warning, he said, “No, I’m a small man. Who am I to warn anybody? The person that you are referring to, I don’t even watch very many movies, I don’t know the names.”

Wankhede was taken down under Sections 7, 7A, and 12 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, and Sections 120 B and 388 of the IPC. As per reports, he was planning to extort Rs 25 crore from Shah Rukh and is currently on trial.

When asked about the alleged chats, he responded that he does not want to talk about ‘this man’. He did say that they usually get these kinds of messages from other parents. He asks them to send addicted kids to rehab centres.

The interviewer asked why this interaction was not reported to his seniors. Wankhede then refused to further delve into the matter, saying he already gave his statement to the High Court.

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