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Sushant Singh Rajput death case: NCB denies illegally detaining late actor's house help Dipesh Sawant

The Narcotics Control Bureau has denied accusations made by Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput's house help Dipesh Sawant alleging that he was illegally detained. Dipesh, who is accused of procuring drugs for the late actor had filed a written petition before the Bombay High Court against the NCB, seeking Rs 10 lakh in compensation. The petition was filed around the first week of October. Sameer Wankhede, NCB zonal director, in a 34-page affidavit, said, '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 with breakfast and other facilities.'

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