Arjun Rampal likely to face arrest after being questioned by NCB

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Mumbai : Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal’s problems seem to be increasing in the drugs case. According to the NCB, it is suspected that the prescription of the medicine was tampered with which was given to the NCB by Arjun Rampal. The doctor did not know about NCB, so gave the prescription. NCB also recorded the statement of the doctor. Doctor’s statement has been filed before the NCB and the court under section 164 of the CrPC.

The medicine which was received from Arjun’s house is being named as ‘Clonazepam’. The doctor told the NCB that a relative of Arjun Rampal approached him with the help of a common friend and was told that he (a woman, not Arjun Rampal) had trouble with Anxiety. She got the previous date prescription from the doctor, not telling him about the NCB matter. The doctor said that the woman had trouble with ANXIETY, so I gave the prescription.

The doctor’s statement is also made available to the magistrate by the NCB under 164 in the court. This statement of the doctor can also turn the case towards Arjun’s arrest.

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According to sources, the prescription for which the medicine was written by a close aide of Arjun Rampal was given to the NCB by Arjun Rampal. On suspicion, the doctor was questioned by the NCB and then the statement was recorded. This medicine was recovered during the raid on Arjun Rampal’s house, which comes under the NDPS Act. That drug falls under Schedule H of the NDPS Act, which requires a doctor’s prescription.

Arjun Rampal’s house was raided on 9 November. In this raid, drug tablets were recovered from his house. After this, Arjun’s live-in partner Gabriella Demetriades was questioned twice, while Arjun appeared before the NCB on 13 November. The NCB had already arrested Gabriella’s brother Agisialis Demetriades in two cases of drugs. Recently he has been released on bail.

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