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Top Celebrities caught redhanded as CCB busted rave party in Bengaluru

Monday, May 20, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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Top Celebrities caught redhanded as CCB busted rave party in Bengaluru

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) police in Bengaluru have cracked down on a high-profile rave party at a farmhouse near Electronic City, uncovering a drug ring and making several arrests.

The party, held at GR Farm House, was organized by Hyderabad-based Vasu and saw over 100 attendees from Andhra Pradesh and Bengaluru, including DJs, models, and techies. The event, billed as a "sunset to sunrise" party, featured popular DJs like RABZ, KAYVEE, and BLOODY MASCARA.

During a raid, the CCB seized a significant amount of MDMA pills and cocaine, leading to the arrest of 5 individuals, including the organizer Vasu and three drug peddlers. The police also discovered 45 grams of drugs at the venue.

Adding to the intrigue, the raid yielded an Andhra MLA's passport (belonging to Kakani Govardhana Reddy) found inside a Mercedes-Benz parked at the farmhouse. Over fifteen high-end cars, including a Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, and Audi, were also present at the location.

The event, which involved significant investments estimated at Rs 30 to 50 lakh, drew attendees from Andhra Pradesh, highlighting the scale of the operation. The farmhouse, owned by Gopala Reddy of Concorde, was reportedly rented for the lavish party.

The Electronic City Police Station has registered a case, and investigations are ongoing to identify and apprehend all individuals involved. The police are also scrutinizing the venue and working to trace the source of the narcotics. The Electronic City Police Station has registered a case, and investigations are ongoing to identify and apprehend all individuals involved. The police are also working on tracing the supply chain of the narcotics found.

This incident highlights the increasing problem of drug use and illegal parties in Bengaluru. The CCB's action sends a strong message that such activities will not be tolerated, and further investigations are expected to shed more light on the extent of the network involved.

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