Kranti Redkar Uses Witty Humor To Slam Media For Making Fake Allegations About Husband Sameer Wankhede And Her Family

Kranti Redkar shares 'proof' of her lunch, replies to Nawab Malik's 'costly clothes' allegations

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Kranti Redkar Uses Witty Humor To Slam Media For Making Fake Allegations About Husband Sameer Wankhede And Her Family

Kranti Redkar Wankhede, NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede's wife, hits back at Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik's current accusation against her husband through a sarcastic tweet on Tuesday. Taking to social media handle, Kranti shared pictures of an empty bowl of dal makhani and a utensil with jeera rice, she further says that the dal had been ordered from outside for Rs 190 and the rice was homemade. Kranti Redkar also remarked that she was sharing the 'proof' of her lunch with people in case if anyone decided to level allegations against her family saying that they were eating food that government officials must not have.

Kranti Redkar's sarcastic tweet came in reply to Nawab Malik's statements from the previous statement. Intensifying his attack on Sameer Wankhede, the Maharashtra Minister’s accusation of extortion against the NCB officer made an example of the clothes worn by him. The minister raised questions on Wankhede's 'costly clothes' claiming that they were 'beyond the reach of an honest officer.'

We had dal makhni and jeera rice for lunch,jeera rice was home made , daal makhni was ordered from out, priced at 190rs.Informing the media with proofs, just in case someone puts allegations tomorrow morning that we ate some food that a government official’s family must not have. pic.twitter.com/hKpAQmwleY

— Kranti Redkar Wankhede (@KrantiRedkar) November 2, 2021 ">

In a press conference, Nawab Malik claimed that Sameer Wankhede donned a trouser worth Rs 1 lakh, a shirt costing over Rs 70,000, and watches worth Rs 25-50 lakh. Nawab Malik said - "How can an honest and upright officer claim to afford such expensive clothes, He [Wankhede] extorted crores by wrongly framing people,' the NCP leader alleged adding the official had a 'private army' to do the job by implicating people in fake cases.”

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