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Celebrity Drug case: 85 devices including Deepika, Shardha and Sara’s mobiles were sent for forensics analysis

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The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has sent 85 devices belonging to Bollywood celebrities to the Directorate of Forensic Science (DFS) in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, to investigate a drug case involving the death of Bollywood actor Shashant Singh Rajput. India com reports according to […]

The devices sent by the NCB for forensics include tablets, pen drives and 2 laptops; file photo: NCB
The devices sent by the NCB for forensics include tablets, pen drives and 2 laptops; file photo: NCB

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has sent 85 devices belonging to Bollywood celebrities to the Directorate of Forensic Science (DFS) in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, to investigate a drug case involving the death of Bollywood actor Shashant Singh Rajput.

India com reports according to media reports quoting sources said were extracted Delete voice clips, videos, chats and mobile numbers in the data that was sent.

In addition, the NCB has sent 25 samples of drugs seized in the Mumbai raids for forensic analysis and is sending more.

* File photo: Times of India
* File photo: Times of India

Forensic lab analysis will determine the quality of the drug so that it can focus on the supplier’s network and track buyers.

Of the 85 devices sent for data recovery, most of the mobile phones belong to Bollywood celebrities, who came to know during the NCB investigation in 3 cases.

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These devices include tablets, pen drives and 2 laptops.

According to sources, the mobile phones of Bollywood actors that have been sent include Ryachakar Borti, his brother Shouk Chakar Borti, actress Sara Ali Khan, Shardha Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Arjun Rampal and their alleged accomplices.

* File photo: Instagram
* File photo: Instagram

The NCB has asked the Directorate of Forensic Science to set up a link to forwarded calls and messages to track down drug traffickers.

The NCB launched its probe into the case after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) sent chats about drug procurement and use through celebrities linked to Sushant Singh Rajput after his death in June. ۔

The NCB had launched its probe into the case after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) sent chats with showbiz personalities about the purchase and use of drugs related to them after the death of Shashant Singh Rajput in June.

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* File photo: Instagram
* File photo: Instagram

Shashant Singh Rajput had apparently committed suicide on June 14 due to depression and an initial autopsy was conducted within the first three days, dismissing fears of his murder.

Later, his detailed post-mortem report also said that the actor apparently committed suicide by trapping and died due to suffocation while no signs of torture were found on his body.

Although most experts and security officials agree that Shashant Singh apparently committed suicide, fans of the actor and his close relatives claim that he was harassed and forced to commit suicide.

Family and friends of Shant Singh Rajput had raised questions about the cause of his death.

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