What Did Kiran Gosavi Reveal Before Arrest?
Mumbai: The drugs-on-cruise case, in which Aryan Khan was arrested has become a can of worms.
Now, it has emerged that before being arrested by Pune Police in connection with a cheating case, Kiran Gosavi, a witness in the Mumbai drugs bust case, said the call detail record (CDR) and chats of Prabhakar Sail should be checked to know how many offers he received in the last five days, India Today reported.
Prabhakar Sail is another witness in the drugs case.
In a video message released before his arrest, Gosavi said, “Prabhakar Sail is lying. All I want to request is the CDR reports and chats of Prabhakar Sail and his two brothers must be released. My CDR report or chats can also be released. Everything will be clear,” the report added.
Prabhakar Sail, who claimed to be the personal bodyguard of KP Gosavi, has alleged that he overheard Gosavi and a person called Sam D’Souza talking about a Rs 25 crore payoff, including Rs 8 crore for NCB officer Sameer Wankhede, to let off Aryan Khan in the case.
“Prabhakar Sail has made several allegations that he has taken so much money, he has taken that much money. You will get to know from his mobile records how many offers he has received in the last 5 days,” Gosavi, a private investigator whose selfie with Aryan Khan went viral was quoted as saying.
Sail has also claimed that he saw Gosavi meeting Shah Rukh Khan’s manager and that he was asked to sign “9-10 blank pages” in the presence of Wankhede after the cruise raids. Prabhakar Sail also said he felt a threat to his life from Sameer Wankhede.
Kiran Gosavi arrest
Notably, Pune Police arrested Kiran Gosavi on Wednesday night in connection with a cheating case after he offered to surrender in Lucknow on Monday.
Gosavi was absconding after the Pune police issued a lookout circular against him in connection with a 2018 cheating case.
Kiran Gosavi cheating case
He ran a company named KPG Dreamz Solutions that promised jobs abroad to aspirants from various fields. The company used social media platforms for promotion.
The case was registered after one such aspirant accused Gosavi of duping him of Rs 3.09 lakh on the pretext of a job at a hotel in Malaysia.