Rhea Drug case: Mumbai NCB recovers narcotics of cost over 40 lakh

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), investigating the drug angle surfaced in the Sushant case, arrested another drug peddler on Thursday.

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Rhea Drug case: Mumbai NCB recovers narcotics of cost over 40 lakh

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), investigating the drug angle surfaced in the Sushant case, arrested another drug peddler on Thursday. The name of this drug paddler is Rahil Vishram, from whose house NCB has recovered about one kilo of drugs, which will cost around three to four crores in the market. It is being told that Rahil has direct links with Bollywood celebs and supplies drugs to Bollywood stars.

NCB team raided Mumbai’s Powai:

The Narcotics Control Bureau, working under the leadership of zonal director Sameer Wankhede in the drug case, is trying to get to the depth of the case. NCB is trying to reach every aspect and every supplier who was supplying drugs to Sushant and Showik. The NCB is trying to gradually connect each link and in this sequence, the NCB team raided Mumbai’s Powai and took two to three people into custody.

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During this time, NCB has a 500 gram high quality bud, which was being sold in the market at the price of six to eight thousand rupees per gram. NCB seized drugs worth 30 to 40 lakh rupees. At present, interrogation of all three people is going on. Their names have not been revealed yet. This is believed to have helped NCB break the chain of drugs supply.

According to the information received from the investigating agency, this has helped in breaking the chain of drug supply agencies running behind the law for a long time. There were many people involved in this case whose names were never revealed.

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