Australian Designer Jailed By Narcotics Control Bureau In Drugs Case
An Australian architect has actually been arrested in Mumbai by the anti-drugs agency, Narcotics Control Bureau, in a case linked to the declared use and supply of drugs in Bollywood. The man, recognized as Paul Bartel, came under the firm’s scanner after another implicated in the event, South African nationwide Agisialos Demetriades, called him during interrogation, sources said.
Agisialos Demetriades is the sibling of Gabriella Demetriades, who is star Arjun Rampal’s partner. While the siblings were questioned on Wednesday and Thursday, actor Arjun Rampal showed up at the firm’s Mumbai workplace at around 11 AM today.
The Narcotics Control Bureau sources say throughout the investigation and questioning of Agisialos Demetriades, numerous names came up and Bartel was among them. The Australian national was taken for a medical test and will be produced in court today.
On Monday, Arjun Rampal’s Mumbai house was searched by the firm, following which the actor and his partner were summoned for questioning.
The NCB investigation began previously this year when, during probe into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death in June, WhatsApp chats including drugs were apparently discovered on his and his partner, Rhea Chakraborty’s mobile phones.
Rhea Chakraborty was launched on bail last month after investing over a month in prison on drugs charge.
In the last 2 months, leading Bollywood stars– Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakulpreet Singh– have actually been questioned in the drugs case connected to Mr Rajput’s death.
Film manufacturer Firoz Nadiadwala was likewise summoned by the NCB on Monday. A day earlier his better half, Shabana Saeed, was jailed after detectives apparently discovered 10 grams of cannabis at their home in Mumbai’s Juhu during a raid. She was later released on bail.
Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai house in June. The Mumbai authorities and an AIIMS group stated he died by suicide. The CBI is penetrating the case.
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