Is NCB protecting drugs traffickers by arresting drug addicts from film industry ?: Nawab Malik – Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik raised question after Bharti Singh’s arrest – Is NCB protecting drug smugglers?


Nawab Malik raised questions on NCB’s action (file photo)

new Delhi:

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB )’s investigation into the alleged use of drugs in the film industry (Bollywood Drugs Connection) is increasing. Many people related to the film and Manjorjan industries have been questioned by the NCB in the drugs case. The NCB on Saturday raided the home and office of comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia. Bharti’s husband Harsh has been arrested. Earlier, Bharti Singh was arrested on Saturday. Meanwhile, NCB leader and NCP leader in Maharashtra government has questioned NCB.

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According to the news agency ANI, Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik said, “NCB is arresting people who consume drugs. They bring people who should be sent for rehab, not jail. NCB’s Duty drug traffickers have to crack down, but no action is being taken against them (smugglers) yet. Is NCB protecting drug smugglers by arresting drug addicts from the film industry? ”

Explain that in the NCB inquiry, on Saturday, Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya had accepted the matter of taking weed. The NCB also found 86.5 grams of hemp during raids from Bharti Singh’s house.


Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh were taken for medical examination on Sunday. The Narcotics Control Bureau can also conduct both corona (Covid-19) investigations. After medical examination, he will be produced in the NCB court of the fort court. Sameer Wankhede, zonal director of NCB’s Mumbai branch, said that a case has been registered against Bharti Singh and Harsh for drug abuse.

Video: Husband Harsh Limbachiya also arrested after Bharti Singh


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