'Clear connection between Kerala gold trick and Bengaluru drug mafia': Congress urges Center to start CBI test
The Congress party on Friday affirmed that there has been a nearby connection between the Kerala gold carrying case and the medication dealing mafia trapped in Bengaluru and encouraged the Central government to start a CBI test into the issue.
"There is a reasonable connection between the Kerala gold carrying case and the medication dealing mafia trapped in Bengaluru. I am mentioning the focal and state governments to do a legitimate inquiry of the case. The CBI ought to examine the issue," news office ANI cited Congress pioneer Ramesh Chennithala, as saying.
Chennithala, who is likewise the Leader of Opposition in Kerala Assembly, focused on that what's significant all the more astounding is the disclosure by Bineesh Kodiyeri, child of CPI-M state Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, that he knows one of those captured in the opiates case.
"Swapna Suresh, the prime charged in the gold sneaking case figured out how to escape from Kerala and came to Bengaluru. The medication mafia which was as of late busted additionally worked from that point. From what has come out now, it's evident that there are close connections between these two cases. The child of Balakrishnan himself had uncovered that he knew one of the captured - Anoop Mohammed in the medication case and this is a stunning disclosure," said Chennithala.
"What's the connection that Balakrishnan's child has with this. Also, his quietness is perplexing. He needs to end his quiet. A wide range of cases which have joined with the Vijayan government are drifting near," the Congress chief included.
Entertainer Ragini Dwivedi kept in drug case
Prior in the day, the Central Crime Branch (CCB) kept Kannada entertainer Ragini Dwivedi for addressing, following an inquiry activity at her habitation in Bengaluru. Recently, the organization had sent her a notification to show up before it for examination regarding the case.
The advancement comes a long time after Kannada movie producer Indrajit Lankesh showed up before the CCB and uncovered data about the utilization of medications in the Kannada entertainment world.
Lankesh had asserted that some sprouting entertainers do devour prohibited substances. He had raised these focuses, over the span of numerous meetings given to the media, after the passing of a youthful Kannada entertainer, Chiranjeevi Sarja.