‘It’s All Karma’: Bigg Boss Fame Ajaz Khan Says Sameer Wankhede Deserves What Is Happening To Him!

Former Bigg Boss 7 participant Ajaz Khan keeps grabbing the limelight for his badass attitude. He was recently granted bail after spending 26 months in the Arthur Jail in an alleged drug case. Now, in a recent interview, the actor has opened up on his imprisonment and charges levied on him. He has said that all the accusations against him were false and that he was not involved in any drugs.

Ajaz Khan on his arrest

Ajaz said that he was detained at the Mumbai airport without any warrant in 2021 after his name surfaced during the interrogation of drug peddler Shadab Batata. His blood test was negative and he only had the sleeping pill with him. Then in the same year, Ajaz was arrested by former Mumbai NCB bureau zonal director, Sameer Wankhede. The reality show alum said that he was taken into custody based on a fabricated story as the chargesheet filed against him had no evidence.

Talking about Sameer and the scrutiny he is under currently by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Ajaz said, “I begged in front of him. Today, what is happening to Wankhede, is all karma coming back. He is getting the exact treatment that he gave others.”

Shedding light on what all happened during his 2-year long stay in jail, Ajaz stated that he suffered a lot. He lost the web series ‘Inspector Avinash’ and even tested positive for Corona. His family was going through depression. Ajaz’s son is 11 now, he was nine when he left him. He revealed that his son was going to a psychiatrist for therapy when he was inside the prison. He said that staying behind bars broke him down mentally, physically and emotionally.

Ajaz Khan on jail conditions

Ajaz called out the jail conditions that one is kept in India. He said that prisoners also have human rights but here they don’t give anything. The jail was extra crowded, there was no good food, and no sleeping space. The capacity of the jail was 800 but prisoners were 3500 in number.  Ajaz called Arthur jail ‘the most crowded jail in the whole world’.