Bharti Singh, Harsh sent to judicial custody till Dec 4, Bail hearing tomorrow

Mumbai: Comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia were sent to judicial custody till December 4 by a magistrate court on Sunday. On Saturday, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested Bharti and Harsh after raiding their office and residence where 86.5 grams of hemp was found. The hearing on his bail application will be held on Monday.

The NCB team arrested Bharti’s husband Harsh Limbachia on Sunday morning after 15 hours of intense questioning. Bharti was arrested by the investigating agency on Saturday itself. On the other hand, the couple has filed a bail application in the court. Their application will be heard on Monday.

Earlier on Sunday, comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia were rushed to the hospital for medical examination. Zonal director of the investigating agency Sameer Wankhede said that he has been charged with consumption of drugs.

On this matter, Minister in Maharashtra government Nawab Malik has said that these people are addicts, who should not be sent to jail and sent to rehab (rehab). Nawab Malik said, “NCB is arresting people who consume drugs. They are addicts who should be sent to rehab, not to jail. The duty of the NCB is to track drug smugglers, but no action is being taken against them. Is NCB arresting and protecting drugs from the film industry? “

Let us know that on Saturday morning, Narcotics Control Bureau raided the residence of comedian Bharti Singh in Mumbai. The NCB also recovered narcotics from his Mumbai home. An official said that they recovered the ganja from Bharti Singh’s house. Bharti Singh has admitted that she and her husband consume drugs. Bharti Singh was arrested after her statement. Today, the Narcotics Control Bureau arrested Bharti Singh’s husband Harsh Limbachiya in the drugs case after an interrogation lasting about 15 hours.

Also read in Hindi: भारती सिंह, हर्ष लिम्बाचिया को 4 दिसंबर तक न्यायिक हिरासत में, जमानत पर सुनवाई कल

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