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No Connection With Prabhakar Sail Or KP Gosavi : Aryan Khan Tells Bombay High Court

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26 Oct 2021 9:05 AM GMT
No Connection With Prabhakar Sail Or KP Gosavi : Aryan Khan Tells Bombay High Court
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Responding to the reply filed by the NCB opposing grant of bail in the cruise ship drug case, Aryan Khan has told the Bombay High Court that he has no connection with panch witnesses Prabhakar Sail and KP Gosavi.Referring to the affidavit of Sail which emerged in social media on Sunday, where he raised allegations about extortion bid in the case, the NCB has argued that there are attempts...

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Responding to the reply filed by the NCB opposing grant of bail in the cruise ship drug case, Aryan Khan has told the Bombay High Court that he has no connection with panch witnesses Prabhakar Sail and KP Gosavi.

Referring to the affidavit of Sail which emerged in social media on Sunday, where he raised allegations about extortion bid in the case, the NCB has argued that there are attempts to influence witnesses in the case and to tamper evidence and hence bail should be denied on that ground alone.

In rejoinder, Khan has stated that he has no connection with these developments and prayed that his bail application be considered uninfluenced by claims made by external parties. He also sought to distance himself from the ongoing public spat between NCB's Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede and Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik saying that he he has nothing to do with the allegations and counter-allegations between Sameer Wankhede and "certain political personalities".

A single bench of Justice Nitin W Sambre will hear the bail application today afternoon. Live Updates available here.



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