The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) raided the homes of several well-known persons. It arrested several while investigating the drugs angle during the probe into the death of Sushant Singh Rajput last year. It also featured comedian actress Bharti Singh and her husband, Haarsh Limbachiyaa. Bharti Singh and Haarsh were granted bail at the time, but the NCB is unhappy about it. In a recent case, the NCB has expressed its displeasure in the Sessions Court in Mumbai.
According to a newspaper report, NCB is not happy granting bail to Bharti and Haarsh in the drugs case. Speaking in the Sessions Court on Thursday, the NCB, speaking on a magistrate court order, said that granting bail to Bharti Singh and Haarsh in the drugs case was a dangerous sign for the society. This shows that high profile defendants easily escape.
Bharti and Haarsh Bail are Dangerous for Society!
The NCB has said that. The court has given a dangerous signal to the society that ‘high profile criminals can be easily released based on Divine Establishment Principles without trial.’ The NCB told the court that when it reached the court for a hearing on the second accused in the drugs case.
On November 21 last year, the NCB raided the house of Bharti and Haarsh in Andheri. NCB officials had seized 86.50 grams of cannabis from his home. Bharti and Haarsh had confessed that they both take cannabis. The NCB later arrested Bharti and Haarsh. The next day, on November 22, Bharti and Haarsh were granted bail.
Haarsh was interrogated for 17 hours.
Haarsh and the NCB had already summoned Bharti. NCB officials later arrested the two on Saturday morning after the NCB raided Bharti’s house and found a suspicious object in her house. Bharti was arrested after interrogation in the evening. Haarsh Limbachiyaa was also arrested after a 17-hour interrogation.
The magistrate’s court had granted him bail as the NCB had not filed any concrete evidence against Haarsh and Bharti Singh in the court. Bharti and Haarsh were released on bail after depositing Rs 15,000 each. After being released on bail, Bharti Singh and Haarsh’s lives got back on track, and they continued to shoot as before.