NCB denies allegations of unlawful detention of Sushant Singh Rajput's home assist Dipesh Sawant

by Jeremy Spirogis

NCB denies unlawful detention of SSR’s home assist Dipesh&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

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Key Highlights

  • Sushant Singh Rajput handed away on June 14
  • NCB has now denied allegations of unlawful detention of Dipesh Sawant
  • A 34-page affidavit has been issued

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has denied all of the accusations of unlawful detention of Sushant Singh Rajput’s former home assist Dipesh Sawant. The late actor’s home assist, who’s accused of procuring medicine for Rajput, had filed a written petition earlier than the Bombay High Court towards the NCB, in search of Rs 10 lakh in compensation. He had alleged unlawful detention by the Narcotics Control Bureau within the drug case. Dipesh had filed this petition in October.

And now, in a 34-page affidavit, the zonal director of NCB, Sameer Wankhede has mentioned {that a} search of Dipesh Sawant’s residence was carried out however there was no incriminating proof that was discovered.

“After the completion of the Punchnama, summons were served upon Sawant. The officers asked him to appear before the NCB on September 4. However, it was Sawant himself who stated that he wished to accompany the officers of NCB since it was night and he would find it difficult to trace out the NCB office. He requested us to permit him to stay in the office of the NCB so that he can again continue with his statement in the morning. Accordingly, Sawant stayed overnight out of his own will and volition. NCB officials provided him breakfast and other facilities and he showed his willingness to continue with his further voluntary statement, ” the affidavit said.


Wankhede additional talked about that Dipesh was feeling exhausted, and had instructed them he needed to sleep. Considering the identical, NCB officers requested him to come back the subsequent day to which he agreed however later mentioned that he wouldn’t get any mode of transportation at that hour.

The courtroom might be now listening to the case on December 4. Sushant was discovered lifeless at his Bandra residence on June 14. 

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