Aditya used to lend his resort in Bengaluru outskirts for the drug events and he’s suspected to be organising drug provide to such events
Bengaluru: Persevering with with the investigation into `Sandalwood Drug Join’, the place two main heroins of Kannada movie trade are already behind bars, Bengaluru CCB sleuths on Thursday searched the home of Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, whose brother-in-law Aditya Alva is likely one of the accused.
After CCB registered a criticism at Cubbonpet police station over the drug racket, naming Aditya as sixth accused, he’s absconding. Armed with search discover from the courtroom, a 3 member police staff headed by Inspector Mahanand searched Oberoi’s home in Juhu, Mumbai and questioned him about Aditya.
Joint Commissioner of Police Sandeep Patil mentioned, “Aditya is absconding in the Cottonpet case. Since Vivek Oberoi is his relative and Bengaluru police received information that Aditya is in Mumbai, the police team wanted to check the facts. Besides, there is every chance that Vivek Oberoi may know the whereabouts of Aditya Alva”.
The police obtained a courtroom warrant and had gone there to examine the knowledge, he added.
Aditya is son of Karnataka former minister Late Jeevaraj Alva, who was a colourful politician in 80’s and 90’s. His mom Nandini Alva is a well-known dancer. Vivek Oberoi has married Priyanka Alva, Aditya’s sister.
After the loss of life of Jeevaraj Alva, the household stayed away from politics for a while. Nonetheless, in 2014 normal elections, Nandini Alva unsuccessfully tried coming into politics by contesting from Bengaluru Central Parliamentary phase on JD(S) ticket. Since then, the household has stayed away from politics.
Nonetheless, the household got here to limelight when Priyanka Alva married Vivek Oberoi. Later, two months in the past, when CCB began cracking the drug racket in Bengaluru, the title of Aditya cropped up. Aditya used to lend his resort in Bengaluru outskirts for the drug events and he’s suspected to be organising drug provide to such events.