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KP Gosavi is without doubt one of the 9 impartial witnesses within the cruise ship raid. (File)

Pune:

Pune police have issued a lookout round in opposition to KP Gosavi, one of many impartial witnesses of the Narcotics Management Bureau (NCB) within the cruise ship medication seizure case, in reference to a 2018 dishonest case registered in Pune, a prime official stated on Wednesday.

A lookout round is a discover that stops an individual from leaving the nation.

“We have issued a lookout circular notice against KP Gosavi, who has been absconding in a 2018 cheating case registered against him with the Faraskhana police station,” Pune Police Commissioner Amitabh Gupta stated.

Gosavi is without doubt one of the 9 impartial witnesses within the cruise ship raid and alleged restoration of medication, during which Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan was arrested earlier this month.
In line with police, Gosavi was booked for allegedly duping a Pune-based man on the pretext of providing a job in Malaysia.

Chinmay Deshmukh, who was allegedly cheated to the tune of Rs 3.09 lakh by Gosavi, had registered the grievance in opposition to him. The grievance stated that Deshmukh had contacted Gosavi, who had put up an commercial on social media about some emptiness in resort trade in Malaysia.

“While promising a job in Malaysia, Gosavi collectively took Rs 3.09 lakh from him in installments. However, he neither offered any job to him nor paid his money back,” an official from Faraskhana police station stated.

The grievance in opposition to Gosavi was registered in 2018 beneath numerous IPC sections, together with 420 (dishonest), and related sections of the Data Know-how Act.


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