Sandalwood drugs case: Actress Sanjjana’s CCB custody extended by 3 days


Team Udayavani, Sep 14, 2020, 5:37 PM IST

Bengaluru: The court has ordered Sandalwood actress Sanjjana Galrani to continue in Central Crime Branch (CCB) police custody for three more days for further investigation in the drug procurement and consumption case.

Sanjjana will be in CCB police custody till September 16.

The CCB police today brought all the accused in the case to the 1st ACMM Court here. The court ordered 4-day custody to Sanjjana and 14-day judicial custody to actress Ragini Dwivedi and others.

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