Mumbai actress commits suicide at the age of 28, Fake NCB officials demanded 40 Lakh

Mumbai, 26 December. The film and TV industry suffered a major setback this year with the demise of many veteran actors. At the end of the year, now again bad news has come out from Mumbai. Here a 28-year-old famous actress committed suicide, after which the police have made a big disclosure about her death. Amboli police in Mumbai said that the actress was being threatened by some people posing as fake Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officers; they also conducted a fake raid on the actress's residence on December 20. According to the police, some arrests have also been made in this case.

The police said the 28-year-old actor, who used to work in Bhojpuri movies and stayed on rent at Jogeshwari (West), died by suicide at her residence on December 23 as she was threatened by the accused. “

Threatened to implicate in a fake case

According to media reports, some people allegedly made themselves NCB officers and threatened to implicate the actress in the case. Meanwhile, the actress took such a big step in awe. The 28-year-old took this step after "fake" NCB officials threatened to implicate him in a drug-related case. Mumbai Police has arrested two people who claimed to be fake NCB officers in connection with the suicide.

40 lakh bribes demanded

“We have arrested Sooraj Pardesi and Praveen Walimbe, alleging that both the suspects identified the actress as an NCB officer, and threatened to implicate them for the offence of possessing and consuming narcotics,” a police officer said. The accused had demanded Rs 40 lakh as a bribe from the actress, which was reduced to Rs 20 lakh and fixed.

Possibility of collusion with friends

Zone 9 DCP Manjunath Singhe said, “We have arrested two people in the case, a case has been registered against them under sections 306, 170, 420, 384, 388, 389, 506 and 120B. The matter of complicity of more people has come to the fore in this case; more arrests are likely to happen soon. Further investigation is on. According to media reports, on December 20, the actress was at a hookah parlour in Mumbai with two friends when she was approached by fake NCB officials.

Nawab Malik again took a dig at NCB

Police suspect that two friends present with the actress at that time may also be involved with the accused. The police have taken both the friends into custody. After the incident, the actress had to face dehydration. On 23 December, he committed suicide in his rented apartment in Mumbai. Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik has made serious allegations against the NCB regarding the death of the actress. Malik said the NCB officials have created a 'private army' which runs an 'extortion racket' in Mumbai.

An FIR was registered under sections 306 (suicide abetment), 170 (personating public servant), 420 (cheating), 384, 388 and 389 (extortion), 506 (criminal intimidation), 120 B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC.

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