Vivek Oberoi’s brother-in-law Aditya Alva named in FIR

Vivek Oberoi’s brother-in-law Aditya Alva named in FIR

Vivek Oberoi’s brother-in-law named in FIR- The Bengaluru Central Crime Branch (CCB) booked Kannada film actress Ragini Dwivedi and 11 others for their supposed part in the utilization of restricted drugs in the Sandalwood business in Karnataka, police said on Saturday.

This comes after almost 10 days of different news with respect to drug misuse and superstars being spoken about. One among the 12 is Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi’s brother by marriage Aditya Alva. Aditya, unexpectedly is the child of late official Jeevaraj Alva and danseuse Nandini Alva.

He is supposed to be a mainstream face in the gathering circles. Also, his name has come as a stun to many. News reports propose that he hasn’t been taken to authority yet and the CCB officials are right now keeping watch for him. Yet, there is no official word out on whether he will be arrested so far.

“We have filed a suo motu FIR (first data report) at the Cottonpet police headquarters in the city against Ragini and others, including drug sellers Shivaprakash, Ravi Shankar, Rahul Shetty and gathering organizer Viren Khanna for their drug links in the Kannada entertainment world,” city joint official of police Sandeep Patil told journalists.

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The FIR against the dozen blamed is under different areas for the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 and 120b of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for procurement, ownership, dissemination and utilization of restricted drugs at rave parties and late-night social events in the city.

While Ragini and Shetty were arrested in the city on Friday, Khanna was held in New Delhi by 2 CCB inspectors and being flown into the city on a travel remand. Shankar, a representative in the state street transport office in the southern suburb was arrested on Thursday and remanded to 5-day judicial custody for interrogation.

In a related turn of events, the counter opiates wing of the CCB arrested 3 more drug vendors in the city on Saturday for purportedly selling hash oil and weed oil.

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