The Goa Police arrested Edwin Nunes, the alleged owner of Curlies restaurant in North Goa in connection with the death of BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat. The actress partied hours before her death at the restaurant with her PA Sudhir Sangwan and his associate Sukwinder Wasi when Sudhir had mixed a drug in her drink. Now as per the latest update in Phogat’s murder case, Edwin Nunes has been granted conditional bail by the NDPS Court in Goa.
As per the ANI report, the bail was granted against a personal bail bond of Rs 30,000. Edwin Nunes’ advocate confirmed the same to a news agency and informed that his client cannot visit Curlies and that he can’t go outside Goa without prior permission. The lawyer was quoted saying, “The court has said that Nunes that he cannot visit Curlies and he needs to take permission before travelling outside Goa.” ALSO READ:Sonali Phogat MURDER Case: Expensive Furniture And Vehicles From Bigg Boss Star’s Farmhouse Go MISSING After Her Death!
Edwin’s lawyer had earlier claimed that his client didn't own the Curlies restaurant. On August 27, the Goa Police arrested Edwin Nunes under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act along with two other drug dealers. Nunes and drug peddlers Dattaprasad Gaonkar and Ramakant Mandrekar were sent to police custody for five days.
The Goa Police alleged that Phogat had given methamphetamine and some leftover drug was found in the washroom of the restaurant. The 43-year-old actress, who appeared in Bigg Boss 15 last year, was brought dead to St Anthony Hospital at Anjuna. Her family members have demanded a CBI probe into her death as they are unsatisfied with the investigation conducted by Goa Police.