Narcotics Control Bureau’s latest move has shocked one and all. On Saturday, the anti-narcotics agency raided comedian Bharti Singh’s residence. Later the comedian arrived with husband Haarsh Limbachiyaa at the NCB office where both allegedly confessed to have consumed Ganja. NCB recovered 86.5 gm of the banned substance from their Andheri House. Bharti and Haarsh were later sent to 14 days of judicial custody. Now in the latest development hearing of Bharti and Haarsh’s bail plea is likely to be delayed.
According to a report in Hindustan Times, a Mumbai court is reportedly likely to defer their bail plea hearing. A day after the TV couple was sent to judicial custody till Dec 4, the court was supposed to hear their bail plea, today, on Monday. The report further states, the Anti-Narcotics agency will also file replies on Bharti and Haarsh’s bail plea. Special public prosecutor Atul Sarpande told ANI, “As I am busy with other cases today, we will request for some other date of argument.”
Bharti Singh and husband Haarsh Limbachiya have been sent to judicial custody under sections 20(b)(ii)(A) (involves small quantity of drugs) and 8(c) (possession of drugs) and 27 (consumption of drugs) of the NDPS Act.
Bollywood actor Shekhar Suman, who has been actively seeking justice for Sushant Singh Rajput, reacted to Bharti’s arrest and told us, “Your talent should be your drug. Just be addicted to hard work and excellence. Sometimes in life it’s difficult to handle fame and money, especially if you are an upstart.” “It was always my inherent abilities and nothing else. My advice to those who look for external stimulants to perform on stage is: when you do stand-up, stand up on your two feet without any crutches,” he added. (ALSO READ: Bharti Singh And Haarsh Limbachiyaa Arrested; NCB Seeks 7 Day Remand Over 'Consumption' And 'Financing' Of Drugs, Says Public Prosecutor - VIDEO)
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