Bangalore drug racket: Resort of another accused raided, two more actors served notice
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India, Sept. 15 -- In the ongoing investigations into the Bangalore drug racket case, which allegedly involves several Kannada actors and other well-known people, the Central Crime Branch (CCB) police on Tuesday raided the resort of Aditya Alva, one of the 15 who have been named in an FIR.
Aditya is the son of late Jeevaraj Alva, a prominent Janata Party politician who was also a minister in Karnataka. Aditya is also the brother-in-law of Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi. Aditya's mother Nandini also unsuccessfully contested the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on a JD(S) ticket from Bangalore Central.
The CCB police on Tuesday raided Aditya Alva's 'House of Life' resort-cum-residence which is spread over four acres in Hebbal, Bangalore. Joint Commissi...
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