TV Actor Sanam Johar Leaves NCB Office Post Questioning; Says, 'We Are Not Allowed To Comment'

Today, TV actors Sanam Johar and Abigail Pande were summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau for questioning in the drugs case

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TV Actor Sanam Johar Leaves NCB Office Post Questioning; Says, 'We Are Not Allowed To Comment'
The Narcotics Control Bureau seems to have unearthed the alleged drug nexus prevailing in Bollywood. The probe that started with Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty has now reached the biggest A-listers of Bollywood. Even Television stars now seem to have come under the radar of NCB. TV stars Sanam Johar and his wife Abigail Pande were today summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau for questioning. In fact, it was also reported that the NCB has carried out raids at their residence. Now, Sanam Johar has left the NCB office post hours of interrogation.

As he left, Sanam Johar stated that he is not allowed to speak on the matter, to Times Now. He left alone, while Abigail is still being interrogated by the agency. He also supposedly stated that there was no raid that took place at his home. Reportedly, links were found between Sanam and Abigail and two more drug peddlers besides Anuj Keswani and Rahil.

Now, it has been reported that Bollywood stars are next who have been called in for questioning by NCB. Rakul Preet Singh and designer Simone Khambatta have been called in tomorrow while Deepika Padukone is expected to be questioned on 25th September. Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan will be questioned on 26th September, as reported.


Meanwhile, Rhea who was arrested by NCB on September 8 remains in judicial custody till October 6. Rhea along with her brother Showik Chakraborty has moved to Bombay High Court with their bail applications. Court is expected to hear their bail plea tomorrow.  (Also Read: After Being Summoned TV Actors Sanam Johar & Abigail Pande's Residence In Juhu Raided By The Narcotics Control Bureau)




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