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On November 13, actor Arjun Rampal appeared before the NCB for the first time.
Today is Arjun Rampal’s second appearance in a drug case. He has been asked to reach the NCB office by 11 am. Earlier on November 13, the NCB interrogated him for hours. The NCB summoned Rampal after news broke that an electronics device had been seized from his house.
On November 13, Arjun Rampal, who came out for questioning, said he would co-operate in every investigation by the NCB. Earlier, the NCB raided Rampal’s house on November 2. Then, on November 11 and 12, his girlfriend Gabriela Demetrius was interrogated. Investigators also questioned Rampal’s driver for several hours.
According to NCB sources, some banned drugs were found from Rampal’s house. However, the NCB did not make any official statement regarding the first investigation. Besides, some mobile phones and laptops were seized from his house. The NCB has also received an electronic evidence report to question Rampal.
The lover’s brother has been granted bail
On October 19, the NCB arrested Gabriella’s brother Azigilas from Lonavala. He had charas and alprazolam tablets. The raid was carried out on the basis of information received from him at Rampal’s house. Azicillos was granted bail by a special drug court on Tuesday after spending nearly two months in prison. He had charas and ban tablets alprazolam. He was arrested by the NCB from Lonavla two months ago. The court released Agasilos on bail of Rs 50,000.
Passport submission, will not even be able to leave the city
The NDPS court granted conditional bail to Ajisilo. Accordingly, his passport will remain with the NCB. At the same time, they cannot leave the city without notice. Following the arrest on October 19, five areas of Mumbai were raided following important leadership from Agrisolos while in NCB custody.
Gabriella’s brother was involved in marketing while in India
According to the NCB, Azicillos provided the drug. The company also recovered some evidence to track its supply chain. Azicillos, 30, was linked to other drug dealers. Associated Addicilus was arraigned on October 17 under Section 227A of the NDPS Act.