Mangaluru: Drugs case - Kishore, Aqeel remanded in judicial custody till Oct 9

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Sep 25: Dancer-actor Kishore Aman Shetty and his accomplice Aqeel Nausheel were on Friday September 25 remanded in judicial custody for 14 days, till October 9.

The two were arrested in connection to possession and peddling of drugs on September 19 by the CCB.

They were initially sent to police custody, which ended on Friday.

They were produced before the special sessions court by the narcotics crime police through video conference.

On Thursday September 24, the police arrested Tarun, a close friend of Kishore. Also, actress-anchor Anushree was issued a notice by Mangaluru CCB police, seeking her personal appearance for being questioned about the allegation that drugs had been used at a party hosted by her after she won a dance reality TV show.

Her questioning was shifted to the narcotics crime police station located at Pandeshwar here.

Anushree was supposed to be questioned in the presence of Kishore, Tarun and Aqeel at the narcotics police station on Friday. However, Anushree failed to appear before the police.




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  • Sashi, Mangalore, USA

    Fri, Sep 25 2020

    Where were the drugs sourced from? first go after them.
    In west work hard party hard culture is prevalent. This type of culture will not work in India. Indians should work hard to make India 5 Trillion dollar economy. Give more assignment to college students. They will be busy with academic life rather than focusing on drugs. We cannot eradicate consumption only minimise consumption among college kids.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Fri, Sep 25 2020

    Indians are the hardest working people especially students. But even if a fraction took some some drug even on just a few rare occasion, our population is so huge that even that is enough to spawn an industry.

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