A courtroom in Bengaluru on Monday has prolonged police custody of Kannada movie actress Ragini Dwivedi, who was arrested underneath the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, by 5 extra days. The Central Crime Branch of Bengaluru had introduced her earlier than the First ACMM courtroom by way of video convention asher police custody received over on Monday.
The courtroom prolonged her police custody for 5 days.
“Today Ragini was produced to the Court and on CCB request, the court has granted five days police custody of Ragini,” Bengaluru Joint Commissioner Sandeep Patil mentioned in an announcement.
According to police sources, the actress,who was arrested on Friday, has not been cooperating with the investigation warranting the police to hunt her custody for an additional 5 days.
Sources mentioned the actress had deleted all her messages from her cell phone with a purpose to wipe out the
However, the CCB officers managed to retrieve the info.
In the drug case involving excessive profile individuals, six have been arrested together with Dwivedi whereas hunt is on for seven others named within the twin FIRs.
Those at massive embody former minister late Jeevaraj Alva’s son Aditya Alva. According to police, Aditya Alva’s home within the posh Sadashivanagar right here is locked, elevating suspicion that he should be hiding in Mumbai.
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