Aryan drug case: Witness Prabhakar’s lawyer says transaction between Aryan team and Karan Gosavi is not wrong

The era of allegations and counter-allegations in the Aryan Khan drug case is not over. The Prabhakar cell, which was an eyewitness in the case, has now issued an affidavit alleging that Karan Gosavi had demanded a large sum of money from Pooja Dadlani, Aryan’s manager on behalf of the NCB.

Recently, another witness confirmed the allegations of money laundering between Gosavi and Shah Rukh Khan’s team. But Sam de Souza (NCB informant in this case) claimed that the NCB and its officials had no knowledge of it. Following De Souza’s claims, our partner ETimes spoke to Prabhakar Sal’s lawyer, Tshar Khandare, to seek his views on the many contradictory statements made in the case.

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‘3 witnesses accept transaction, it is not good for NCB’
Referring to Sam D’Souza’s statement, Khandare said, “Sam D’Souza has never denied that any payment has been made. He acknowledged that the payment had been made. He also mentioned about Rs 5 million and said that the people involved in the trap were NCB officers. He is the third witness to say that the payment was made and it is not good for NCB.

‘People who talked about money transactions knew NCB’
In his statement, Prabhakar Cell alleged that Rs 250 million was negotiated between Gosavi and Shah Rukh’s team. Khandare added, “Karan Gosavi has also mentioned the transaction in his statement. However, he did not specify where the money went. So it is clear that those who talked about payments during the NCB network knew and knew the NCBs well. Sam D’Souza was also heard praising him. Overall, we weren’t wrong when it came to money transactions. The NCB cannot deny this. In this case, the case against him is pending at first sight.

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Prabhakar cell is waiting for summons, NCB has not called yet.
Khandare assured that Prabhakar Cell was ready to co-operate with the NCB and had recently recorded his statement before the NCB vigilance team. But Prabhakar was also waiting for the NCB team to issue summons to him. “We have made a request to the NCB that we are available and we have also stated that we have not received any summons from the NCB operations team as claimed by some NCB officials. We would request them. Please call us and we will cooperate with them as we did with their vigilance team.

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