The stars of the TV comedy Queen Bharti Singh are playing in these days. Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia have had more difficulties after their names surfaced in the drugs case. On Saturday, the NCB arrested Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya. Prior to the arrest, NCB interrogated Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia for 18 hours. According to a report of Aaj Tak, during interrogation, Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiyaa have confessed to the consumption of drugs. After which NCB took custody of both these TV stars like NDPS Act 1986. Also Read – Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia’s bail plea not heard on Monday, will be spent in jail tonight
If sources are to be believed, Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiya have been kept in the NCB office overnight. Today NCB is going to present Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya in NDPS court. Apart from this, NCB is also questioning the managers and servants of Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia. On the previous day, members of Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia’s family were also seen leaving the NCB office.
Significantly, on the previous day i.e. Saturday, the NCB had killed Red at Bharti Singh’s house. Apart from this, NCB also investigated the offices of Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia. During this period, NCB has recovered 86.5 grams of cannabis from the house and office of Bharti Singh. After which, without delay, the NCB sent summons to Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia for questioning. Also Read – Comedians Bharti and Harsh Limbachia’s bail application to be heard today
NCB has carried out raids in these places too. Read – Bharti Singh Drug Case: Comedian Johnny Lever’s warning, said, ‘The industry will be ruined’, Sanjay Dutt is also named NCB is continuously investigating after the drug racket was busted in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Apart from raiding the houses of Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachia, NCB has also investigated two more places. During raids in Khar Danda area, NCB has seized 40 grams of ganja, LSD and psychotropic medicines. During this time NCB has also arrested a 21-year-old boy.