Charmee Gets No Relief from High Court

Barsaba Taglieri
Luglio 26, 2017

The Hyderabad High Court has said excise officials can not forcibly collect blood, nail and hair samples from actor Charmme Kaur, who is among a dozen top Telugu actors being investigated in a massive drug racket busted earlier this month.Ms Kaur had moved the High Court yesterday, saying her name being linked to the drugs case is damaging her image as an actor and as a young, unmarried woman.

Court asked SIT to question Charmee only from 10 am to 5 pm by lady officers and asked them to record all the inquiry.

The actor said under Article 20 (3) of the Constitution of India, the authorities can not compel her to subject to both physical and psychological examinations, such as collection of blood, hair and nail samples by way of coercion.

The actress will be questioned by the investigators at the excise office on Wednesday. The High Court even informed that SIT officials should never collect her blood samples without the permission of Charmme. Charmme also requested the court to allow her lawyer to accompany her before SIT during the investigation.

He had also said that women officers are already a part of the probe team. She will not give samples. Puri Jagannadh, Subbaraju, Chinna, Shyam K Naidu and Navdeep completed their investigation.

Excise Enforcement Director Akun Sabharwal had said no samples were collected without the written consent of those summoned for questioning.

It is the turn of Charmi to attend before the SIT on 26th of this month in connection to the Drugs Case.

The SIT authorities stumbled upon the names of these film stars while interrogating two drug peddlers who were arrested on July 2.

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