Mumbai: The Narcotics Control Bureau told a court right here on Tuesday that this is able to per chance now not intention terminate any “coercive action” towards actor Deepika Padukone’s manager Karishma Prakash in the Bollywood-treatment case till 7 November.
Fearing arrest after the NCB summoned her in the case, Prakash has filed an anticipatory bail plea.
In its reply earlier than the actual Narcotic Medication and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act court, the central agency adverse Prakash’s pre-arrest bail plea. It moreover moved an application looking out out for her presence all the diagram by the hearing.
Prakash’s attorney Abad Ponda acknowledged she was once ready to cooperate with the investigation and to stay current on the NCB put of enterprise.
The prosecution assured the court that the NCB will now not intention terminate any “coercive action” (equivalent to arrest) towards her till the next date of hearing.
Clutch G B Gurao adjourned the topic for hearing on 7 November.
The NCB, which had wondered Prakash earlier in September, has summoned her yet again “to be half of the investigation” but she did now not flip up.
City police had acknowledged on Monday that Prakash was once “untraceable“.
Constant with NCB sources, Prakash was once summoned yet again after the central agency allegedly seized 1.7 gm of cannabis all the diagram by a search at her residing right here final month.
The NCB, which is probing alleged nexus between drug peddlers and Bollywood celebrities which came to light after actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide in June, had summoned Prakash on 28 October.
The NCB has already recorded statements of Deepika and fellow actors Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in the case.