The Narcotics Control Department (NCD) detained Arman Kohli earlier this week. Cocaine was found at his residence and NCD confirmed that he has connections with an international drug syndicate. The additional chief metropolitan magistrate court (ACMM) in Mumbai, on Wednesday, sent Armaan Kohli to 14-day judicial custody at the end of his NCB inquiry. His lawyers have put in the bail plea before the court.
Several such operations were conducted on Monday and Tuesday. Shedding light on the topic, Sameer Wankhede, Zonal Director, According to Filmfare, NCB Mumbai also added, “During these follow-up operations we conducted, we’ve seized a total of 118-gram mephedrone and 13 grams of cocaine and arrested four persons, including two Nigerians in this case.”
NCB informed the court that it had seized more than one gram of cocaine from Kohli’s house during a raid and that they have enough evidence to suggest he had links with an international drug syndicate. After the recovery of drugs from his residence and his arrest, he was booked under various sections including 21(a), 27(a), 28.29.30 and 35 under NDPS (Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Act.
Along with Armaan Kohli, An alleged drug peddler, Ajay Raju Singh, who was arrested by the NCB along and booked under the NDPS Act, was also sent to 14-day judicial custody.