Up to date: October 18, 2020 11:22:10 am
The Central Crime Department [CCB] of the Bengaluru Metropolis Police knowledgeable the Karnataka Excessive Court docket that it has discovered “incriminating proof” in assist of the FIR towards foremost accused Aditya Alva, at his residence, in reference to the Sandalwood medicine case.
Aditya, who’s absconding ever for the reason that FIR at Cottonpet police station was lodged on September four, is the son of late minister Jeevaraj Alva and the brother-in-law of Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi. He’s among the many 12 accused within the case involving Kannada actors.
In its assertion of objections in response to Alva’s plea looking for to quash the FIR registered towards him, the CCB on Saturday claimed that just a few grams of capsules and a sure amount of ganja (marijuana) had been seized throughout the search at his property — Home of Life positioned close to Hebbal — final month.
The company instructed the courtroom that the out there supplies recovered from Alwa’s residence, and the statements of different accused had been adequate to draw cognizable offence towards him.
The CCB’s claims got here in stark distinction to Alwa’s petition which claimed that the grievance “doesn’t even make a distant reference or whisper on any acts or omission or any recognizable offence by him below the provisions of the Narcotic Medicine and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.”
The listening to of the petition was adjourned until November 13.
In the meantime, days after raiding Oberoi’s Mumbai residence, the CCB has now served a discover to his spouse, Priyanka Alva, and Aditya’s sister, asking them to affix the probe within the case.
“We had served a discover to Priyanka Alva to seem earlier than us on Friday. Nonetheless, on failure to take action, one other discover was issued, asking her to be current on the CCB workplace in Chamarajpet on October 20,” an officer confirmed.
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