NCB arrests Karamjeet, raids seven locations in Mumbai and Goa!!

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Saturday conducted raids at around seven locations in Mumbai and Goa over the drugs angle reported in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. According to reports, there will be a high-level meeting at NCB’s Mumbai office to take the next step of action in the case.advertisement

In the drugs case, Riya Chakraborty has reportedly confessed to the NCB that actress Sara Ali Khan and Rakul Preet, designer Simon Khambata, Sushant’s friend and former manager Rohini Iyer and filmmaker Mukesh Chhabra have consumed drugs. Riya has told the agency that 80 percent of Bollywood stars take drugs.Kolkata: West Bengal Congress rallies in support of Riya Chakraborty.

Narcotics Control Bureau arrested KaramjeetAt the same time, the Narcotics Control Bureau on Saturday arrested Karamjit, an accused allegedly involved in the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and in the drugs case, from Andheri West area of ​​Mumbai.

Preparations to call 25 leading Bollywood starsThere are reports that NCB is set to call 25 leading Bollywood stars in drugs investigation. Riya, in her statement to NCB, had reportedly accepted her role and finances in procuring drugs for Sushant. Sources had earlier claimed that during the NCB inquiry, Riya revealed some names of Bollywood celebrities who consume and purchase drugs.


About 15 Bollywood people on NCB’s radarAround 15 Bollywood people are on the NCB radar. It is revealed that he is a B-class actor. Sources said, some of these celebrities are drug buyers and some are consumers. An investigation by the NCB has also revealed that there are some circles that buy and supply drugs to celebrities.

During an investigation by the NCB, it is revealed that Shovik Chakraborty and Dipesh Sawant used courier service for delivery of drugs from Sushant’s house to Riya’s house during the lockdown in April. The man with the courier has confirmed that he took the courier from Dipesh Sawant to Shauvik Chakraborty during the lockdown.

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