Rave party bust: Actor Vinod Khanna's son among 30 summoned
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A year after the police busted a rave party at a resort in Khalapur, Raigad, the guests have been summoned by the cops. Over 240 youngsters — including Bollywood actor Vinod Khanna's son Sakshi and his friends — were caught at the party allegedly consuming drugs.
The party was held at Mount View Club on July 2 last year. Inspector Anil Jadhav from the Anti Narcotics Cell's Worli Unit was also arrested and his medical reports showed that he had consumed drugs.
Officials said 30 people have been summoned to the police station on Wednesday to complete the bail procedure. "Most of them had approached the Bombay High court following the forensic report, which showed that they had tested positive. The court had directed them to approach the local police station and seek bail," said a source. Khanna's lawyer refused to comment.
Last week, the police had filed a chargesheet against nine persons, including the owner of the club, organiser of the party and the alleged supplier of drugs. A supplementary chargesheet will be filed against Jadhav and others. "They have been charged under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985," an officer said, adding that Jadhav was yet to be chargesheeted.
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