Drug Case: Police raid Vivek Oberoi's house

  • Drug Case: Police raid Vivek Oberoi's house

Drug Case: Police raid Vivek Oberoi's house

The officers of the Central Crime Branch in Mumbai recently searched Vivek Oberoi's house with regards to a drug case that allegedly involves the actor's brother-in-law, Aditya Alva.

"Aditya Alva is absconding". It has been learnt that cops got a tip-off on Alva being at Vivek's place, therefore the raid was conducted. The CCB officials were on a lookout for Vivek's brother-in-law Aditya Alva and therefore raided former's residence. So we wanted to check. The court warrant was obtained and CCB team rushed to actor's house in Mumbai.

Numerous accused who have been arrested in connection with the drug case allegedly partied at a farmhouse in Hebbal owned by Mr. Aditya on weekends where drugs were sold and used.

According to IANS report, Aditya Alva has been absconding ever since the police carried out raids on Sandalwood star Ragini Dwivedi's residence.

In the FIR registered in Cottonpet, 12 accused were named including well-known Sandalwood actors, Ragini Dwivedi and Sanjjanaa Galrani who are now in judicial custody along with the prime accused.

The CCB had also issued a lookout notice against Alva nearly three weeks ago. However, they did not divulge the outcome of the raid. Other names include rave party organiser Viren Khanna and realtor Rahul Thonse. Investigators suspect drugs were consumed at parties organised at the property, which is owned by Alva's mother Nandini Alva.

The Bengaluru scandal emerged even as allegations of drugs use in Bollywood, which popped up in the investigations into actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death in June, were being investigated by the Narcotics Control Bureau.