Another actress detained after NCB raids hotel for drugs

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Mumbai, January 4, 2021: The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has detained an actress under the investigation of the Bollywood drugs case. The actress was arrested in a hotel situated on Mira Road, Mumbai.

In a press release, the NCB announced that the drug dealer, Saeed, is on the run. The NCB believes that he is involved in a drug syndicate along with the actress. The employees of the hotel are under interrogation.

According to NCB, drug peddler Chand Mohammed provided the NCB with information with Saeed’s involvement, who himself bought drugs from Saeed. Chand Mohammed was caught red-handed by the NCB. The NCB procured 400 grams of narcotics which are worth 8-10 lakh rupees. On the basis of the evidence obtained during the investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, the NCB has started to interrogate various celebrities who could potentially be involved in one drug syndicate or another.

SSR’s girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty, and her brother, Shauvik Chakraborty were also detained by the NCB through the course of the investigation, who is as of now on out on bail after spending many days under custody.

Television actress Bharti Singh and her husband, Harsh Limbachia were under scrutiny as well after the NCB’s raid on their home and were eventually released. The NCB raided Firoz Nadiadwala’s residence which resulted in the arrest of his wife. She too was released on bail.

Arjun Rampal, known Bollywood actor, was on the other end of NCB’s arrows and he, along with his significant other, was interrogated for a long while. Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh were interrogated as well.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s body was retrieved from his residence in Bandra, Mumbai, on 14th June 2020. The death initially assumed to be a suicide, turned into a hefty investigation after the case filled by SSR’s family was handed over to the CBI. The Enforcement Directorate and the NCB continue to find answers behind SSR’s death.