Kshitij Prasad alleges NCB forced him to implicate Karan Johar

Kshitij Prasad alleges NCB forced him to implicate Karan Johar

Kshitij Prasad

The Narcotics Control Bureau recently arrested filmmaker Kshitij Prasad, who is an ex-employee of Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions, in connection with the ongoing drug probe related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case.

The agency reportedly demanded his custody till October 3, 2020, but, Kshitij, on Sunday, denied all allegations before the court and said the officials forced him to falsely implicate Karan Johar and the rest of the executives of the company.

Now, Mutha Ashok Jain, Deputy DG Jain of NCB has denied these reports and said allegations made against the central agency by Prasadwere false. He has further added that the agency has carried out the investigation in a professional manner. Prasad had appeared before the court on Sunday through a video conference. Kshitij’s lawyer Satish Maneshinde has stated that Kshitij’s statement was not recorded as per narration.

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