Drugs case: Kshitij Prasad ordered 'Ganja' dozens of times in three months, sent by court till 3 Oct
The NCB, which is investigating the drugs case in Bollywood, is questioning the former executive producer of Dharma Production, Kshitij Prasad. During interrogation, it has been revealed that he used to give 3500 rupees for 50 grams of Weed. In three months this year, he ordered cannabis dozens of times.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is now interrogating former executive producer of Dharma Production, Kshitij Prasad, in the drugs case in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. During the interrogation, NCB has come to know that Kshitij had bought weed dozens of times in more than three months and paid the price of Rs 3500 per 50 grams. Horizon was arrested by NCB on Saturday.
According to NCB sources, Ganja and some documents and gadgets have been found from Horizon's house during the search on Friday. The source said that during interrogation, the alleged drug peddler Ankush Arneja mentioned the name of a drugs supplier named Sanket Hanuman Chand Patel, who used to give drugs to Horizon. Ankush was arrested by the NCB on 12 September. On the basis of Ankush's revelations, Patel was arrested and confessed that he used to supply another accused Karamjit Singh at the behest of Ganja and Vide Ankush.
50 grams weed for 3500 rupees
NCB source says that Karamjit used to give Kshitij outside his building. Kshitij lives in Andheri West area of Mumbai. A source said, "Kshitij was provided with cannabis dozens of times between May and July this year. He used to pay Rs. 3500 for 50 grams of weed to Karamjeet each time." The NCB source says that now the drugs law promoter agency is investigating that Kshitij used to supply cannabis to any other celebs or person in Bollywood.
Horizon detained until 3 October
The source further revealed that as a buyer, Horizon was indirectly part of a transaction involving a co-accused in another case from which the agency seized a wide variety of narcotics in commercial quantities in the last few days. Meanwhile, the NCB in a remand copy in a Mumbai court said that Kshitij is indirectly involved with an accused Anuj Keshwani, from whom the drugs were seized in a commercial quantity of the contraband. The court on Sunday sent Kshitij into NCB custody till 3 October. Keshwani is already in judicial custody.
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