Yasmeen Wankhede, sister of NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede, has approached the Mumbai Court with a criminal complaint seeking action against Maharashtra Cabinet Minister leader Nawab Malik for making allegedly defamatory statements against her. .In the complaint filed through advocate Vivek Pandey, Wankhede has raised grievance against the various tweets and television interviews of Malik wherein the latter alleged made various defamatory and scandalous allegations against the former, knowing fully well that the allegations were untrue..The alleged defamatory incidents pointed out by Wankhede in her 14 page complaint are as follows:The tweet alleging Wankhede has association with one Fletcher Patel who Malik claimed is indulging in some shady business in Bollywood;A televised interview clip posted by Malik in which he is allegedly made references to some photographs with an ulterior motive to cast aspersions against Wankhede;A tweet containing a picture of Wankhede in Maldives with a supposedly defamatory caption which she thought was a clear insinuation that on her visit to Maldives, she indulged in extortion; andA tweet containing photograph of a chat with a supposed drug peddler which Wankhede claimed is not a drug peddler; additionally the photograph seemed tampered. .Wankhede stated that these allegations apart from being patently false, were also a deliberate attempt to malign her image and reputation. She pointed out that tweets could possibly be depicting that Wankhede threatens to extort money from people, which is not true.She further stated that these allegations were made with a view to threaten and coerce a government agency, which is the NCB "from duly performing its duties by indulging in making serious and false allegations against the family members with an attempt to creat obstruction in free and fair investigation being carried out by the premier agency". .She claimed to have lodged complaints against the defamatory content with the police but no was taken supposedly. Wankhede also purportedly addressed a letter to the National commission of Women (NCW). However, since no action has been taken on either, she has approached the Metropolitan Magistrate at Andheri, Mumbai seeking issuance of notice under Section 354D (stalking), 499, 500 (defamation) and 509 (words, gestures insulting modesty of woman) of the Indian Penal Code.