NCB suspends two officials related to Bharti Singh drugs case, know what is the reason

The Mumbai NCB has suspended two of its officials related to the comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiya case. Earlier, the NCB had filed a petition in the special NDPS court to cancel the bail of both. Let us tell you that in this case both of them were granted bail on 23 November by the magistrate of Mumbai on a bond of Rs 15000-15000.

According to news agency ANI, the NCB has suspended two officers after investigating the case of comedian Bharti Singh and her husband and Karisma Prakash. According to the NCB, these rights were not produced in the court in the bail application hearing, due to which they were suspended.

Bharti and her husband demanded cancellation of bail 

on November 21 after the NCB found 86.5 grams of hemp from the house of Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia. Both were granted bail by a magistrate court on a surety of Rs 15,000 each. 

The NCB requested the special NDPC court to revoke the bail and also revoked a lower court order remanding him to judicial custody and allowing the agency to interrogate him in custody. The court issued notice to the couple on Tuesday and the case is likely to be heard next week.

What was argued by

Bharti in the bail petition was filed by Bharti Singh's lawyer Ayaz Khan. Khan said in the court that the NCB had seized 86.5 grams of hemp during the raid on the couple's residence and office. Under the NDPS Act on Drug Abuse, it is considered 'low quantity'. Khan told the court that a case has been registered in connection with drug abuse and seizures. Under the law, such a quantity of narcotic substance has been described as very low. 

He argued that the crime under which my clients (Singh and Limbachia) have been booked, could carry a jail term of one year. So they should get bail. The magistrate accepted Khan's plea and granted the couple bail.

The counsel for the

NCB was not present in the court during the hearing of the bail plea. No lawyer from the NCB was present in the court and the officials of the investigating agency demanded time from the court to respond to the bail pleas. The NCB is investigating the alleged use of narcotics in Vollywood after the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June this year. Bharti Singh and her husband's name came to light during interrogation of a drug trafficker.