The NCB official said the case against the celebrities was weakening due to the leaked chat, otherwise it would have been a big case.

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A month agoAuthor: Amit Karna

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The NCB will question Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan on Saturday. On Friday, Rakul Preet Singh was called for questioning.

  • The NCB is surprised about who is chatting during the investigation
  • The official said big names and drug lords were warned after the chat was leaked

The Narcotics Control Bureau is investigating several celebs, including actress Rakul Preet Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Namrata Shirodkar and fashion designer Simon Khambata, in connection with Bollywood drugs. But according to the NCB, the lawsuits between celebrities and their managers are going viral, weakening their case. At the same time, they are worried about who is making this chat viral in the investigation.

‘Drug gangsters must be warned by chat leaks’

Speaking to Daily Vaskar, a CCB official said, “Investigations have revealed the relationship of big names with drug giants. The NCB came very close to that. We were going to scrutinize that the screenshot was published. That’s why drug thugs and big names were warned.” “

If the chat doesn’t come out, a big lawsuit will be made against the celebrities

The official added, “If the screen shots had not been taken out, the next step would have been to file a big case against the celebrities. But now only drug use is happening. In this case, the celebrities left the court yesterday to apologize. They will not be imprisoned.”

Trafficking is also part of the concept of celebrities

An NCB official said, “There is no denying that celebrities not only use drugs. They are also part of a drug trafficking syndicate. Their managers have been supplying drugs to their celebrities. But the question is, did the managers arrange the drugs from here?” Gone. “


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