Mumaith makes no fuss, Ravi Teja next

Mumaith leaving SIT office on Wednesday

Hero Ravi Teja to be grilled by SIT on Friday
Mumaith offers blood and hair samples, SIT says not required now

Hyderabad: The SIT probing the drug menace in Hyderabad is calling one of the top heroes of Tollywood , Ravi Teja, for questioning tomorrow on his reported involvement in drug abuse and connections with drug mafia leaders like Calvin and others. 

The SIT said in a brief statement that  Ravi Teja has confirmed about his coming tomorrow to its office at Nampally to be grilled by it. All eyes are now focused on tomorrow’s questioning of Ravi Teja.

Mumaith Khan questioned for more than six hours 

The SIT , consisting of four women officers, questioned Tollywood item girl Mumaith Khan for six and a half hours on her using drugs and connections with drug peddlers here on Thursday. Like actress Charmi on Wednesday, Mumaith too showed victory sign to the media while leaving the SIT office.

After six and half hours questioning, she was let off. Reports said the SIT has also questioned another two persons who worked as couriers for drug peddlers. The two are  Saud Najir and Mudeen. The two were interrogated based on information given by Mumaith Khan. Most of the questions directed at Mumaith were reportedly centered on director Puri Jagannath.

Mumaith Khan, now busy with realty show of Bigg Boss on Maa Star TV channel and stationed at Pune, attended the SIT questioning at the Excise Enforcement Directorate at Nampally. She was accompanied by Bigg Boss show representatives.

The SIT yesterday questioned Tollywood actress Charmi for five and half hours. Charmi refused to give her blood, hair and nail samples for testing. But Mumaith reportedly offered to give samples of blood, hair and nails for forensic examination. But the SIT officials told her that samples are not needed at this stage.

Charge sheets getting ready?

Unconfirmed reports said that the SIT has been preparing charge sheets against all those questioned till now by it as part of the drug racket investigation. There is no information so far on when these charge sheets will be submitted to courts.