MUMBAI: Actor Arjun Rampal’s house was raided by the Narcotics Control Bureau’s (NCB) Mumbai unit during an investigation into drug links in Bollywood and during the raid, NCB officials seized his dog’s painkillers and his sister’s anesthesia drugs. The NCB has been investigating drug links in Bollywood for several months and in the meantime Arjun Rampal was also spotted by the NCB, which led to Arjun Rampal being called to the NCB office twice and questioned.
According to specific information received, Arjun Rampal told the NCB that one of the two types of medicine found in his house was his dog’s, which was administered by a veterinary specialist and the other was his sister’s, which was given to him in Delhi for his anxiety problem. It was administered by a psychiatrist.
In his statement, Arjun Rampal also clarified that the suspicion on the basis of which he was called is really baseless. Let us tell you from the beginning that, according to the information received from the NCB sources, after the arrest of Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend’s brother Agiciolos Demetriides, when the NCB checked his mobile, he had some chats with a man named Arjun. It is alleged that drugs were mentioned in the chat. Then, on November 9, the NCB team raided Arjun Rampal’s house at Bandra, i.e. Capri Heights.
After a long raid, the police found two types of pills in their house, the first of which is called “ULTRACET”, you can say that you can take this tablet only if you write down the details. The tablet is made in combination with two types of drugs ‘TRAMADOL’ (also called ISIS drug) and acetaminophen. One page of “ULTRACET” contains a total of 15 tablets. NCB found only four tablets in that page. The second pill found in Arjun Rampal’s house is called ‘CLONAZEPAM’, it is used for pamic attack and anxiety. The NCB found two fathers of the tablet.
According to sources, the NCB could not find anything there that they suspected after reading a chat between Aguilarus and a man named Arjun. Let me tell you that both the tablets taken come under the NDPS clause if you do not have a prescription given by a specialist doctor.