Sandalwood drug case: Bengaluru CCB raids Vivek Oberoi’s Mumbai residence in search of Aditya Alva


Following a hint, the Bengaluru Central Crime Branch (CCB) Thursday assaulted Bollywood entertainer Vivek Oberoi’s Mumbai home looking for Aditya Alva, one of the fundamental blamed in the Sandalwood drug case. 

Alva is the child of late clergyman Jeevaraj Alva and brother by marriage of Vivek Oberoi. He is among the 12 charged in the Sandalwood drug embarrassment which is being researched by the CCB. 

As per CCB, Aditya has been departing suddenly since the time the police began examining the medication case. 

Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sandip Patil stated: “We have gotten data that Alva is in Vivek Oberoi’s home, so we needed to check. We have gotten a court warrant and the CCB group has gone to his home in Mumbai. The hunt is as yet going on.” 

A month ago the CCB had attacked Aditya Alva’s living arrangement in Hebbal, North Bengaluru. Prior it had likewise given a post notice against Alva. 

The attack at Vivek Oberoi’s home comes days after CCB police did look at different premises having a place with Ricky Rai, child of “improved” wear late Muthappa Rai regarding the Sandalwood drug case. 

Police have so far captured Kannada entertainer Ragini Dwivedi and Sanjjanaa Galrani, party coordinator Viren Khanna and real estate agent Rahul Thonse regarding the case. 

Ragini and Sanjjanaa were remanded to legal authority in Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in the city. Ragini was captured by the CCB police on September 4, Sanjjanaa was captured on September 8 after the police attacked their habitation. 

Prior, movie producer and writer Indrajit Lankesh, while giving his announcement to the CCB on the Kannada entertainment world medication outrage, asserted that in any event 15 individuals in the business were engaged with the medication exchange.

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