Mumaith Khan appears before SIT in drugs racket case

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 28, 2017

The SIT team has started questioning the actress around 10 a.m. Mumaith is being questioned on whether she takes drugs and whether she has any links with peddlers Calvin Mascrenhas, the alleged kingpin of the racket.

Mumaith Khan is the eight person from the Telugu film industry to appear before the SIT.

Bigg Boss Telugu contestant and actress Mumaith Khan on Thursday morning appeared before the special investigation team (SIT) of the Telangana Prohibition and Excise Department in Hyderabad that is probing a drug racket.

SIT sources say that after the ongoing questioning of the people from film industry was over, they would assess the situation. According to the rules of the television reality show, no participant is allowed to leave the house till he or she is eliminated from the contest. The SIT has summoned 12 persons from the film industry, including directors and actors, for questioning in the case.

Mumaith is said to have told the SIT that she is not much in touch with Puri Jagannadh as she is not getting many offers in Tollywood of late. But interestingly, the SIT officials did not prefer to take her samples. She came to Hyderabad from Pune to appear before the investigation officers. Contrary to the normal practice, the SIT refused to take blood, hair and nail samples of Mumaith though she volunteered to give.

Since July 19, the SIT has questioned filmmaker Puri Jagannadh, cinematographer Shyam K Naidu, actors P Subba Raju, Tarun Kumar and P Navdeep, art director Dharma Rao alias Chinna and actress Charmi Kaur besides Khan.

The SIT yesterday arrested a Dutch national, Mike Kamminga (33), in connection with the ongoing investigation into the case of drugs being supplied in Hyderabad and claimed to have seized psychotropic substances from him.

With this arrest, almost 20 people have been arrested, including former NASA Aerospace engineer Dundu Anish and seven B Tech graduates employed with various multinational companies in the city, by the Telangana Prohibition and Excise Department officials so far for their alleged roles in a state-wide online drug racket.

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