Tollywood tranquilize test: SIT questions Baahubali 2 on-screen character, P Subbaraju


Tollywood tranquilize test – P Subbaraju, the performer who was found in motion pictures, for example, Duvvada Jagannadhan and Baahubali 2 was addressed by the Special Investigation Team. The performer was summoned in light of the fact that the authorities discovered his contact number on the contact rundown of one of the charged in Hyderabad medicate racket case.

The SIT of Telangana extract office today addressed Telugu performing artist P Subba Raju regarding a top of the line medicate supply racket, which was busted not long ago. Raju, who acted in the current blockbuster Baahubali 2, showed up before the Special Investigation Team at the extract division’s office at Nampally here at 10.30 am, and the scrutinizing was going ahead till late at night.

“He is collaborating, and the scrutinizing is proceeding. We are getting helpful data,” Excise Enforcement Director Akun Sabharwal told journalists. He said names of 17 bars/bars in Greater Hyderabad district sprung up amid the test, and SIT authorities have summoned proprietors or chiefs of every single such foundation in the territory for a meeting tomorrow.

“Names of somewhere in the range of 17 bars and bars came up amid the cross examination of captured sedate sellers. Be that as it may, we have solicited (proprietors/chiefs from) every one of the bars and bars to show up,” Sabharwal said. Another Telugu on-screen character, Tarun Kumar, would show up before the SIT, he stated, including “performing artist Mumaith Khan will likewise be available before the SIT on July 27.” Prohibition and Excise Commissioner R V Chandravadan said the examiners were expecting some “critical intimations” from Raju’s scrutinizing.

Raju is among 12 people from Tollywood, the Telugu film industry, whom the extract division has summoned to show up before the SIT through notification under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act after the medication supply racket was busted in the city on July 2. So far the SIT has addressed film chief Puri Jagannadh and cinematographer Shyam K Naidu. The SIT has captured 13 individuals, including US resident Dundu Anish, a previous aeronautics designer who had worked with the NASA, and seven B-Tech degree holders working with different multi-national organizations in Hyderabad.

The racket provided top of the line medications, for example, lysergic corrosive diethylamide (LSD) and methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA), and it is suspected that individuals from the film business, representatives of MNCs and undergrads were among their clients. Requests were put through the `Darknet’ (undercover sites or online systems) and the medications were conveyed by dispatch, the specialists had said.