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Updated on: Monday, October 25, 2021, 08:34 PM IST

Mumbai cruise drugs case: NCB witness KP Gosavi to surrender in Lucknow

Screengrab of video shared by NCP's Nawab Malik showing private detective KP Gosavi entering an office. Malik claimed the office belonged to the Narcotics Control Bureau. 
 |  Nawab Malik/ Twitter

Screengrab of video shared by NCP's Nawab Malik showing private detective KP Gosavi entering an office. Malik claimed the office belonged to the Narcotics Control Bureau. | Nawab Malik/ Twitter

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Narcotics Bureau witness KP Gosavi who has been doing the rounds on social media for his selfie with Aryan Khan in the Mumbai cruise ship raids case said that he will surrender in Lucknow.

According to a report, "I will surrender in Lucknow with half-an-hour," the man said to be missing and against whom a lookout notice has been posted."

KP Gosavi, the man who is at the centre of the controversies related to the cruise raid case today also denied allegations made by his bodyguard Prabhakar Sail.

In an exclusive interview to Free Press Journal, Gosavi said that once he surrenders, the probe agencies can analyse his phone locations and records to get things clear.

When asked about the allegations made by Sail in his affidavit in which he claimed to have overhearing Gosavi over the phone with one Sam and discussing payoff of Rs 8 crore involving NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede, Gosavi said, "Even if I am offered thousands of crores, neither I nor Sameer Wankhede will get sold."

"I was going to surrender myself before the police in connection with the Pune case, but since I had been receiving a lot of threatening calls I had to lie low," Gosavi said over the phone.

Without divulging his location, Gosavi stated that he was at some "far off" place and had to come out in the open after he learnt about Prabhakar Sail's claims. "I had to come out because I saw news of claims made by Sail on Sunday. He used to work for me. In just four-five days he made up a story in connivance with someone so I came out to clear things up," Gosavi said.

Gosavi also stated that he did not know who Sam was and had come in contact with him on the day of the raid itself. He did not elaborate further on Sam.

"Main thing is my phone locations and call records which agencies can take to know the truth. After I surrender I will submit whatever is available with me," Gosavi said.

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Published on: Monday, October 25, 2021, 08:17 PM IST
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