Ex-Dharma Productions affiliate Kshitij Prasad granted conditional bail after two months in drug case

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Kshitij Prasad granted conditional bail& 

A particular court docket on Thursday granted a conditional bail to Kshitij R. Prasad – a former affiliate of Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar – two months after his arrest, his lawyer mentioned.

According to advocate Satish Maneshinde, who represents Prasad, Special NDPS court docket decide G.B. Gurao has ordered the discharge of his shopper on furnishing provisional money bail of Rs 50,000 plus one or two sureties, to be furnished inside a month.

However, Prasad is not going to stroll out of jail quickly as he’s named in one other NDPS case just lately which is able to come up for listening to on December 3, mentioned Maneshinde.

Prasad will likely be required to report back to the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) workplace each Monday for an hour for the following six months, deposit his passport, not journey overseas with out prior permission of the court docket, share his itinerary for any home journey, attend all court docket proceedings, chorus from tampering with any proof or witnesses, and many others., are among the many circumstances imposed by the particular court docket.

The NCB had raided and later arrested Prasad on September 26 within the medicine probe associated to the loss of life case of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput at his Mumbai house on June 14.

After his arrest, Prasad had retracted his confessional assertion to NCB and accused the company of allegedly coercing him to implicate different Bollywood personalities like Karan Johar.

Strongly denying the contentions, the NCB mentioned that Prasad gave his statements voluntarily through the probe.

Among different issues, the NCB had alleged Prasad and different accused for being a part of medicine procurement and provide racket.

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