The CCB has asked the High Court not to dismiss Aditya Alva’s case regarding the Sandalwood drugs probe. The CCB has claimed that the department has enough evidence to prove that Aditya was peddling drugs.
Bengaluru: The Central Crime Bureau (CCB) sleuths in Bengaluru have requested the High Court not to dismiss the case against Aditya Alva regarding the Sandalwood drugs investigation.
Aditya Alva who is the sixth suspect in the case is said to have been peddling drugs which is why a case was registered against him.
Requesting the High Court not to dismiss Aditya Alva’s case, the CCB sleuths claimed that the department has enough evidence to prove that Aditya was peddling drugs.
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According to CCB officers the department has information that Aditya Alva was also involved in the consumption of drugs too.
Meanwhile, Aditya has been absconding ever since the police started probing the drug case.
Following a tip-off, the CCB, on Thursday raided Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi’s Mumbai residence in search of Aditya Alva.
Aditya Alva is the son of late minister Jeevaraj Alva and brother-in-law of Vivek Oberoi. He is amongst the 12 accused in the Sandalwood drug scandal which is being investigated by the CCB.
Last Updated 17, Oct 2020, 8:49 AM