The Narcotics Control Bureau chief Sameer Wankhede, who is investigating the drugs-on-cruise case involving superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan claimed on Monday that he was being targeted and is ready for a probe himself.

“My family, including my sister and deceased mother, are being targeted,” Sameer Wankhede reportedly told the Special NDPS court. Two affidavits- one by the NCB and other by Wankhede- have reportedly been filed in the case.

The report came hours after Prabhakar Sail, the personal bodyguard of witness K P Gosavi, made a series of allegations against Sameer Wankhede. The allegations included discussions of a payoff to NCB officials. As reported by the ETimes, he said, “It has come to my notice that some precipitate legal action for framing me falsely is being planned by unknown persons in relation to the alleged vigilance issue.”

Sameer Wankhede then mentioned that the NCB deputy director-general, Mutha Jain, has referred the matter to the director-general of NCB for necessary action. He said, “Let a central agency probe these allegations and the truth will come out.”