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NCB once again summons Arjun Rampal’s sister in connection with a Drugs Case

By Saima Siddiqui 
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NCB once again summons Arjun Rampal’s sister in connection with a Drugs Case

Mumbai: After a drug angle surfaced in late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, central drug agency Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) launched its investigation against the alleged Bollywood drug nexus. During the investigation, names of many A-listed actors had come forward including Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal and his girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades, who were also interrogated by the anti-drug agency. Now, reportedly once again the agency has rolled out a summon to Rampal’s sister Komal in the alleged drugs case.

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As per reports, sister of 48-year-old actor has been summoned by the NCB second time for her role in drug case. Earlier, she was asked to appear before the NCB officials on January 7. However, she had informed that she wouldn’t be able to appear for questioning, and had asked the agency for a further date to appear.

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Meanwhile, Arjun Rampal was questioned by the NCB on November 13 last year. Later, on November 9, the NCB had raided his residence. The NCB officials had reportedly seized some electronic gadgets and some medicines too. According to a media report, ‘Om Shanti Om’ actor alleged that the NCB had seized his dog’s painkillers and his sister’s anxiety pills. The actor even reported to have claimed that his sister was prescribed the medication by a psychiatrist in Delhi.

For the unversed, the NCB has so far arrested nearly 25 people, including Arjun Rampal’s girlfriend Gabriella’s brother Agisialos Demetriades. Also, A-listed celebs like Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and a few others from the Television industry were also summoned for questioning by the NCB.

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