Kannada stars Diganth and Aindrita Ray were questioned at the CCB HQ in Bengaluru.


With the drugs scandal including popular names in the Kannada movie market just growing, it was the turn of star couple Diganth and Aindrita Ray to discover themselves being penetrated by the Bengaluru authorities on Wednesday.

The 2 stars had actually been summoned by the examining group to appear at the head office of the Central Crime Branch or CCB in the early morning and they got here right after 11 am to be rapidly swallowed up by scrambling electronic camera groups.

Diganth and Aindrita are not the very first motion picture stars in Karnataka to be related to what the authorities think to be a controlled substance racket that included the procurement of controlled substances and their usage at celebrations.

These celebrations, the authorities have actually stated, were gone to by members of the Kannada movie market to name a few.

Among those jailed in the event up until now are a foreign nationwide thought to have actually provided drugs, Loum Pepper Samba, and a celebration organiser, Viren Khanna.

Actor Ragini Dwivedi was amongst the very first to be jailed – thought to be associated with supply of drugs – and remains in judicial custody.

Another star, Sanjjanaa Galrani, likewise believed to be associated with the celebrations, was jailed recently and remains in authorities custody.

On Tuesday, a home coming from the household of Aditya Alva, the child of late Karnataka political leader Jeevaraj Alva, was browsed by the authorities who think celebrations were held there – which drugs were offered at those celebrations. Aditya Alva has actually not yet been jailed and his location are unidentified.

The authorities stated they had actually likewise jailed another thought drug dealership in the event, Benald Udenna, who they state provided drugs to the celebrations.

Additional Commissioner of Police, Sandeep Patil, stated Aindrita and Diganth were questioned and will be called once again for additional query at a later date.

The state federal government states it acquired the drug issue.

Dr Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister, stated, “When Kumaraswamy existed, the drug hazard was not there? When Siddaramaiah existed, the drug hazard was not there? In all the previous federal governments, this concern existed, however they were unable to resolve it though it was an extremely crucial concern.”

H K Patil, Congress leader informed NDTV, “Unfortunately just a couple of faces are being revealed. The genuine individuals who lag this drug trafficking are still not exposed. I would like the genuine perpetrators to come up. Whoever it is, that celebration, this celebration, this minister, that minister – all need to be exposed.”