According to NCB sources, Karan used to sell the ganja to customers for Rs 5000 per gram and most of his customers were from page three parties. His network of drugs was not limited to Mumbai alone. His illegal business continued in Goa, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Meghalaya. On the night of 31 December, till the parties that took place in different big cities of the country, it is alleged that drugs were also delivered through him.
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NCB sources say that finance used to finance Karan’s drugs business. Therefore, NCB has imposed sections 27 and 27A of the NDPS Act on Rahila along with Karan. If the charges are proved, the accused could be punished for up to 20 years. But Rahila’s Advocate Ajay Umapati Dubey says that since Karan used to come regularly from the UK to Mumbai, Rahila financed those visits to Karan.
According to Advocate Ajay Umapati Dubey, Rahila has nothing to do with drugs. The NCB has not officially said anything about the relationship between Rahila and Karan. Karan is learned to have lived in Hong-Kong for a long time apart from Britain. In this case, NCB also arrested Rahila’s sister Shaista. Advocate Dubey says Shaista was accused of consuming drugs, so she was granted bail by the court.
An infamous drug peddler, Anuj Keshwani, was also arrested in the case related to the Bollywood drug connection, in which around three dozen people have been arrested so far, including Riya Chakraborty, Shouvik. NCB sources say that Rahila Furniturewala, arrested on Saturday, has a direct connection to this Anuj Keshwani. The drug of the same quality which was found with Rahila and Karan, was seized with Keshwani.
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