Blood samples of rave party revellers sent to lab, says Bengaluru Police


PTI, May 21, 2024, 2:03 PM IST

Bengaluru: The blood samples of the guests of a rave party busted at a farmhouse here have been collected and sent to laboratory for testing, Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda said on Tuesday.

Over 100 people attended the party and of them, five have been arrested.

Various types of drugs were also seized, he said adding several attendees were from outside Karnataka.

Briefing reporters, Dayananda said, “On the night of May 19, Bengaluru Police’s CCB, based on specific information, raided a farmhouse at Electronic City. Around 100 people were at the event where drugs and narcotic substances were found.”

“A case has been registered… Five people have been arrested.”

“The blood samples of attendees have been collected. We are awaiting the results. Most of them were from outside. There were no elected representatives. One actress was present there,” the top police official added.

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