NCB action in Riya case, 3 peddlers arrested – 4 crore drugs recovered

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NCB action in Riya case

The NCB is currently following the lead given by Vishram to catch his boss. The capture of Vishram’s boss can be a major success in cracking the Bollywood drug supply chain.

The Mumbai team of the Narcotics Control Bureau, working under the leadership of zonal director Sameer Wankhede, nabbed the chain Dhar Dhar, which supplies Bollywood, in an operation conducted on Thursday. This operation has run till Friday morning. One of the suppliers of drugs to Bollywood is Rakul Vishram.

NCB is trying to crack this entire chain. In this effort, NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede and his team raided Mumbai’s Powai and took two to three people into custody. In this raid, about 500 kg high quality bud has been seized, which was being sold in the market at the rate of 6 to 8 thousand rupees per gram.

While investigating the same case in which Riya Chakraborty is caught, Sameer Wankhede and his team got details of Rahil who are directly connected to this network. After which Rahil’s house in Versova was raided. The raid started on Thursday lasted till morning the next day, after which it got high quality hashis (also known as Himana’s Manana Cream).

It is a high quality narcotic drug whose weight is about 1 kg. The price in its market will be around 3 to 4 crores. Apart from this, NCB has also seized Rs 4.5 lakh from Rahil’s house. In the initial interrogation, Rakul has told about his boss who supplies drugs to Bollywood.

NCB is currently following the lead given by Rakul so that his boss can be caught. The capture of Rakul’s boss can be a major success in cracking the Bollywood drug supply chain. According to information provided by the NCB, Rakul has a direct connection with all those accused who are currently in judicial custody.

Direct links have been found with Rakul’s Anuj Keswani, Kaizan and Shovik Chakraborty. Because Vishram has direct links with Bollywood, a Bollywood celebrity is also targeted in it. There is another paddler named Talwar about whom NCB is currently investigating.