In relation with a drug case allegedly involving his brother-in- law Aditya Alva, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi's house is said to have been raided by the Central Crime Branch officials. Cops have been looking for Aditya Alva, the son of former Karnataka Minister Jeevaraj Alva, according to the latest article. Aditya, who is the brother-in-law of Vivek, is accused of being involved in a drug case involving several Kannada film industry vocalists and actors. "Vivek Oberoi is his relative, and we got some data that Alva is there ... So a court warrant was obtained and the Central Crime Branch team went to his house in Mumbai," said a police officer.
The Sandalwood drug racket was unveiled earlier this year by the Kannada filmmaker Indrajit Lankesh. The study also indicates that after the police launched a crackdown against drug traffickers, manufacturers and rave party organisers, Alva along with prime accused Shivaprakash Chuppi and Sheik Faazil have been absconding. In the meantime, twelve individuals are reported to have been arrested to date in the drugs case. Ragini Dwivedi and Sanjjanaa Galrani are both actresses in judicial custody. Although the NCB has carried out many raids in Bengaluru, including Alva's house, the CCB has expanded its probe.