Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been examining a Hyderabad drug racket today the team has questioned Telugu movie actor Tanish Alladi for about 4 hours and another actor Nandu will be questioned on Tuesday.
The Special Investigation Team of the Excise Department on Tuesday interrogated actor Ananda Krishna Nandu in connection with the sensational drug bust case. According to a PTI News report, four officials from the team grilled the actor about his alleged link to the racket, and if he used drugs.
Excise minister T Padma Rao Goud said that the department had issued notices to 13 IT companies and had informed that suspected employees will be called for questioning. He also mentioned that his family members were shocked to know about his name coming up in the case. The duo were summoned by SIT after their numbers and conversations were retrieved from the mobile phones of accused who were arrested with drugs in possession, said sources. However, he urged the people to reach out to the officers if they have any information or come across someone regarding the drugs.
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Speaking to the media after the interrogation, Tanish said that the questioning went well and he had answered all the questions posed by the SIT.
The SIT officials on Monday questioned two persons Akhil Chaudhary and Nirupama Reddy, residents of Hyderabad, in connection with the drugs trafficking.
Teja's driver Srinivasa Rao was interrogated on Saturday, a day after the actor was questioned for over nine hours. Some of those sent notices are director Puri Jagannadh, actors Navdeep, Charmme Kaur, Mumaith Khan, Tarun, Subbaraju and Nandu, cinematographer Shyam K Naidu and art director Chinna.
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Investigators will likely call more Tollywood personalities for questioning, as more names have cropped up. It pointed out that SIT questioned several people from other walks of life.
Reportedly, Excise officials have so far arrested 20 people, including United States citizen Dundu Anish - a former aerospace engineer who has worked with NASA, Dutch national Mike Kamminga and seven B.
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