Kannada entertainer Ragini Dwivedi gets captured by Bengaluru police’s Central Crime Branch in Sandalwood drug case

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Kannada entertainer Ragini Dwivedi gets captured by Bengaluru police’s Central Crime Branch in Sandalwood drug case

Kannada actor Ragini Dwivedi gets captured by Bengaluru police’s Central Crime Branch in Sandalwood drug case

Ragini Dwivedi will be created under the watchful eye of an adjudicator by means of video meeting. She is required to stay in care till Monday.

The Bengaluru police’s Central Crime Branch captured Kannada entertainer Ragini Dwivedi in Sandalwood drug case on Friday. She applied for an expectant bail yet the conference was deferred to Monday (September 7). According to Central Crime Branch (CCB), an assistant at the RTO named Ravi Shankar in Jayanagar, was supposedly associated with getting medications and used to go to rave parties. Ravi Shankar and Ragini are companions and numerous photos and recordings of them going to these rave parties have surfaced on the web.

We discovered that the individual working in the administration office was identified with somebody in the entertainment world. While the CCB was researching him (Ravi Shankar), we discovered that he used to go to parties and give drugs and furthermore devour them,” Commissioner Kamal Pant advised to The News Minute. “After thorough addressing, we discovered that he was going to these gatherings and obtaining drugs from different spots. He has admitted to his exercises and we are acquiring more individuals regarding this case,” he included.

They likewise captured, Sandalwood entertainer Sanjjana Galrani’s partner named Rahul, who is a land finance manager and a modeler. Talking about it, the Kamal Pant stated, “We captured Rahul and after examination, we have discovered that he used to go to different nations to acquire drugs and furthermore that he and a few VIPs went to parties abroad as well. We have not given any notification to entertainer Sanjjana. The examination has recently started and we will approach this slowly and carefully.”

Addressing the media, Karnataka Tourism Minister CT Ravi stated, “Medication mafia isn’t something that appeared now. It has been there for quite a while however there have been no activities taken in the past to get to the base of the issue and to take out the whole mafia. Our administration is focused on wiping out the medication mafia. Individuals from the medication mafia are attempting to impact the current examination and our administration is focused on bringing everybody required to book.”

News Desk, Ne India News

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