Actor Armaan Kohli, who was arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Sunday for possession of cocaine, has also been booked for “financing illegal traffic and harboring criminals”. If found guilty, the actor could face a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of 20 years.
On Saturday, NCB searched Kohli’s residence on the basis of information that he was a drug addict. Officers recovered cocaine from a table in his bedroom.
After his arrest, Kohli was produced in a magistrate’s court and was remanded to NCB custody for a day. His name came to the fore when NCB officials were questioning Ajay Raju Singh, a prominent drug peddler arrested on Saturday, who said he has sold drugs to Kohli several times in the past and Kohli also bought drugs from another accused. who is absconding. .
“So far, the investigation has shown that the case has international links as the cocaine seized is of South American origin. NCB Mumbai is probing the route and linkage used to bring the seized cocaine to Mumbai…”