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Hyd Rave Party: Police Ready to Grill Two Accused!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   14 April 2022 6:32 AM GMT
Hyd Rave Party: Police Ready to Grill Two Accused!
The recent Rave Party that was busted in Hyderabad's Banjara Hills is a sensation. While noted names of Niharika Konidela and Rahul Sipligunj named as accused is one of the reasons for the sensation and an opinion that is endorsed by the opposition parties that the TRS government had let the rich kids go from the cases without their names coming is another reason.

The issue took a political turn after TRS leader Balka Suman alleged that kids of Congress leaders were detained from the pub. Revanth Hit back and dared the TRS leadership to prove the claims. He said that he will bring his children for the tests.

The sensation and heat around the recent rave party busting are not over yet. The cops are digging deeper into the issue to get more details. The probe turned intense as the investigation is being done from various corners to make sure that they won't miss even a small detail related to the case.

Looking at the latest development in the case, the Nampally court had granted permission for the cops to take the two accused- Mahadaram Anil Kumar and Abhishek Vuppala into their custody for four days for the investigation.

The investigation officers had already started looking at the CCTV footage and call data of the two accused. The accused will be grilled by the cops for four days and we can expect that the cops might get more details and information from the two accused.

As the two accused are at the Chanchalguda jail, they will be shifted to police custody. The custody of the accused is likely to be the key breakthrough in the case as the investigation officers might get information on details like where the drugs are procured and who is supplying drugs for them.

After busting the rave party at the Pudding & Mink pub in Radisson Blu Hotel, the Police had reportedly seized a few packets of drugs, which was later identified as cocaine. The drugs were sent for sample tests and the tests had confirmed that the sachets seized by the cops contained cocaine.