Bollywood Drugs Case: NCB recovers medicines falling under the NDPS act from Arjun Rampal's residence


The Narcotics Control Bureau has been investigating the alleged Bollywood drugs case for a few months. Now, on Monday, the investigating agency conducted a raid at Arjun Rampal's residence in Mumbai. Bollywood actor and his girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades have been summoned by the NCB for interrogation. Sameer Wankhede, Zonal Director of the Narcotics Control Bureau, Mumbai informed a leading daily that they have to appear before the agency on November 11 and November 12. 

Issuing a statement to the daily, Wankhede confirmed that the NCB has recovered medicines that fall under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act). "Reports about nothing was recovered is not true, we conducted search and found medicines that fall under the NDPS act. We have summoned Arjun Rampal and his girlfriend Gabriella to the NCB on November 11 and November 12," he told.

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Reportedly, the NCB conducted the raid at Arjun's residence for more than 8 hours. According to media reports, the investigating agency took the actor's driver to the NCB office for questioning. As per reports, the agency has seized mobile phones, laptops, pen drives and other electronic gadgets.

Previously, Arjun's girlfriend Gabriella's brother Agisilaos Demetriades was arrested by the NCB. The agency, in connection to the ongoing drugs probe, arrested Agisilaos in October after they seized hashish and alprazolam tablets.

Apart from this, producer Firoz A. Nadiadwala's wife Shabana Saeed was arrested after the NCB officials reportedly seized drugs worth around Rs 3.59 lakh.

(Source: Times Of India)