Bengaluru, September 8
As a part of the on-going conflict in opposition to drug menace in Karnataka, the City Crime Branch (CCB) Police carried out its raid at Kannada actress Sanjjana Galrani’s residence within the up market Indira Nagar space early Tuesday.
Sanjjana acted in Ganda-Hendathi a Kannada film which is a remake of tremendous hit Emran Hashmi and Mallaika Sherawat starrer “Murder”.
This is the second high-profile raid on a Kannada actress, after Ragini Dwivedi, who’s already in police custody for her alleged position in drug trafficking throughout high-end events organized in Bengaluru.
In a press release launched by the Joint Police Commissioner (Crime) Sandeep Patil stated: “After obtaining a warrant from a court, a search is being conducted at Sanjjana Galrani’s house for her alleged role in a drug case.”
As a part of the on-going conflict in opposition to drug menace in #Karnataka, the City Crime Branch (CCB) Police carried out its raid at Kannada actress #SanjjanaGalrani‘s residence within the upmarket Indira Nagar space early Tuesday.
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Post Bollywood actress, Kangana Ranaut’s revelations concerning the alleged nexus between drug mafia and a bit of Bollywood biggies, famous Kannada film-maker Indrajit Lankesh, a couple of week again, alleged that the drug mafia had gained its root in Sandalwood as effectively.
As a fallout of his revelations, the City Police, inquired him, and he’s alleged to have given 15-20 outstanding names of Sandalwood stars, musicians and technicians who’re allegedly indulging in medicine and who frequent high-end events organized within the metropolis.
According to the Bengaluru Police, the CCB arrested Niyaz Ahamed, a local of Kerala on Monday in a drug associated case involving Kannada Actress Ragini Dwivedi.
The police sources disclosed that the raid at Sanjjana’s home was a part of this operation, and he or she is prone to be taken into custody for additional investigations. IANS