Mumbai: The Narcotics Management Bureau (NCB) on Saturday carried out a raid at a celebration onboard a cruise ship off the coast of Mumbai. In response to sources near ABP Information, a minimum of 10 individuals have been detained by the drug enforcement company.
Unlawful medicine reminiscent of cocaine, cannabis and others have been discovered throughout the raid which was carried out on Cordelia cruise liner’s Empress ship.
Sources have additionally knowledgeable that son of a Bollywood celebrity was amongst these detained throughout the raid.
After getting a tip-off, NCB officers entered the ship disguised as passengers after which carried out the raid. The celebration is claimed to be high-profile as per particular person entry for such events on the ship prices round Rs 80,000.
The ship was to depart on Saturday for Goa. These detained shall be dropped at Mumbai on Sunday for additional questioning.
This comes a day after NCB busted yet one more worldwide narcotic smuggling racket, seizing a medicine consignment from Hyderabad certain for Australia through Mumbai.
Even the brother of Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend has been arrested by NCB for the third time in two years for possession of medication.
The case was associated to the late Bollywood celebrity Sushant Singh Rajput dying and NCB arrested a South African nationwide Agisilaos Demetriades in a cocaine case for the second time. NCB additionally discovered a small amount of charas.
The arrest was made in Goa and Demetriades is at present in judicial remand for 14 days.
NCB zonal director for Mumbai and Goa, Sameer Wankhede stated that three different individuals have been additionally arrested in two different raids carried out by the company throughout its sequence of raids in Goa during the last three days.
Reacting to the event, Rampal stated: “So far as my direct household and me are involved, we’re law-abiding residents. And whereas the incident entails an individual who’s a relative of my companion, I’ve no different connection or relationship apart from that with this particular person.