Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik fired a fresh salvo at Sameer Wankhede claiming that the officer had forged his mother’s death certificate. Malik took to his Twitter account and shared two death certificates of Zahida Dawood Wankhede and wrote, ‘Another forgery, Muslim for funeral and Hindu for the official document? Blessed is Dawood Dnyandeo.’ His post went viral in no-time, but neither Sameer Wankhede nor anyone from his family has yet commented on Malik’s latest allegations. NCP leader Nawab Malik has levelled several allegations against Wankhede till date. A while ago, Malik had targeted the NCB officer’s wife Kranti Redkar through her Twitter account. After which, Kranti took the legal route and filed a police complaint against Nawab Malik over his tweet containing screenshots of some unverified Twitter chats involving her name. She also alleged that someone created a fake Twitter account in her name and the politician shared them on his social media handle without verifying the facts. Notably, Nawab’s post came after the Bombay high court, while hearing a plea filed by Wankhede’s father, refused to restrain the politician from posting against Sameer Wankhede and his family. However, the court told Malik to make such statements only after ‘reasonable verification of facts.’ After which, Malik told the HC that he will refrain from posting anything or making any public statement against Sameer Wankhede or his family members till 9 December. Interestingly, Nawab Malik’s tirade against the NCB officer started only after the agency arrested Aryan Khan after the cruise raid. However, Sameer Wankhede’s family has alleged that it all began after Malik’s son-in-law Sameer Khan was arrested by the NCB in January this year on charges of trading and consumption of contraband.