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Ragini Dwivedi remanded in police custody for another 5 days


Team Udayavani, Sep 7, 2020, 4:09 PM IST

Bengaluru: Actress Ragini Dwivedi has been remanded in police custody for another five days in connection with the drug racket case.

The CCB police, who are investigating the case, appeared before a judge on September 7 via video conference and requested 10-day custody of the actress but they were granted custody for only five days.

The CCB police after launching an investigation earlier into the drugs racket case arrested Ravi Shankar, a drug peddler who was close to Ragini. After he mentioned Ragini, her house was raided and she was taken into for inquiry and later arrested.

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The CCB through video conference with the judge had taken Ragini into custody for three days. However, the actress did not cooperate with the CCB claiming ill health.

Now with the grant of five more days of custody, the CCB will continue its investigation.

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