Bharti’s husband Harsh Limbachiyaa also arrested. Both remanded to judicial custody

Prominent comedian of television screen Bharti Singh and her anchor, husband Harsh Limbachiyaa are in real trouble.

After the former’s arrest, her husband Harsh Limbachiyaa too have been arrested by the NCB on Sunday as per the latest news reports.

Both Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh were produced in a Mumbai Court today morning and have been remanded to judicial custody till December 4. Both of them have been allegedly arrested under the various sections of NDPS act 1985. It is believed that they’ll approach the court for bail on Monday.

The anti narcotics agency had raided the Mumbai residence of Bharti and Harsh Limbachiyaa yesterday by the NCB director Mr Wankhede and his team of sleuths who’d allegedly recovered 86.5 gram of cannabis restricted as per the NDPS law either to keep or to consume.

During interrogation Harsh Limbachiyaa is reported to have confirmed possessing n consuming these banned drugs, inviting registration of the case after the recovery as well as admission of consumption of the banned drugs.

There is allegedly lot of sensitisation n panic in the Bollywood n TV industry after the arrest of both these popular comedian n anchors and in-depth interrogation of another senior actor Arjun Rampal in the recent past including his foreign girl friend and arrest of her brother, who had given the tip to the NCB during stringent interrogation.

The name of Bharti and her husband were disclosed by another drug peddler arrested by NCB sleuths recently leading to the raid and subsequent recovery of 86.5 gram Ganja/ cannabis.

During the raid at Arjun Rampal’s house too a small quantity of Narcotics was allegedly seized but the former has denied about his involvement in the Narcotics deals n consumption etc during interrogation. In earlier raids some narcotics was also recovered from the house of leading Bollywood producer n her wife, summoning them for interrogation at Mumbai NCB office.

Meanwhile, a new chapter of troll in social media has started with Kapil Sharma n his popular show under troll by twiteraties asking him if he will also make fun of Bharti and her husband in “Kapil Sharma Show” as they used to make fun of others ? Will they shunt Bharti out of the show? Or are other participants too, allegedly consuming narcotics while performing in the show etc putting Kapil Sharma and his globally popular show in immense jeopardy and disarray.

It may be recalled that if proved guilty the NDPS act invites severe or rigrous punishment from six months to three years to seven n ten years jail, depending on the quantum of recoveries of the banned drugs etc.

If the quantum is heavy and it has harmed the society massively it can further be enhanced under the NDPS Act 1985.

It seems that the Narcotics Control Bureau wants to reach to the kingpin of the banned narcotics n drugs being massively sold in Mumbai n Bollywood and is hectically busy in deep rooted investigations, since July, after the suicidal death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14, pinning each n every drug peddler making, more than twenty arrests till now.

Till date, prominent Bollywood figures such as Deepika Padukone, Rhea Chakraborty, Sara Ali Khan, Nadiadwala, Arjun Rampal, Bharti Singh n Harsh Zlimbachiyaa etc have been interrogated with some of them arrested n been behind bars with Rhea Chakraborty out on bail but his brother Showik still behind bar.

On one of the tweets , Saurabh Anshu expressed his anger and annoyance over the incidents of prevalence of drugs in Bollywood renting his annoyance writing in BOLD LETTERS : BOYCOTT BOLLYWOOD, BOYCOTT KAPIL SHARMA SHOW,BOYCOTT ALL COMEDY SHOW,ALL ARE DRUGEE,NASHEDI,GANJEDI IN BOLYWOOD INDUSTRY COMEDIAN,ACTORS,ACTRESSES

Better Boycott as a whole, the industry is running n killing young talents murdurerswith hashtag# NoSishantNoBollywood


Sunil Negi

Sunil Negi is a senior journalist and president of Uttarakhand Journalists Forum ( Regd). He usually writes on socio political subjects and have been contributing articles in print media for the last several years. Mr. Sunil Negi had been felicitated by All India Achievers conference's Pride of India and excellence awards apart from several other recognitions. He has translated a book on ecological disaster of Uttarakhand of June 2013 and edited and published two editions of Uttaranchal's Who's Who.

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