No more focus on Tollywood says SIT: The Special Investigation Team has been left in deep shock after the consumption of drugs came to a huge level in Hyderabad. It is then, the Telangana government took things seriously and investigated to the core. Various drug peddlers have been nabbed and after verifying their call data, a list of celebrities, businessmen, politicians and students have been found to be consuming drugs.
SIT created sensation after 12 Tollywood celebrities Ravi Teja, Puri Jagannadh, Subba Raju, Charmme, Mumaith Khan, Chinna, Shyam K Naidu, Tarun, Nandu, Navdeep, Tanish and Srinivas Rao have been asked to appear before the officials of Special Investigation Team. They have been drilled for hours and some of the celebrities gave their blood, hair and nail samples to the SIT officials. The media brought a huge hype after which SIT has been badly criticised for focusing only on Tollywood celebrities.
SIT Chief Akun Sabharwal faced the heat and it was Telangana Chief Minister KCR who announced that no arrests have been planned on Tollywood celebrities. Akun decided to be quite careful about his next step. During his investigation, Akun revealed that a second list is being prepared. Now things changed completely and during his recent interaction, Akun replied that there is no second list.
However the inside talk is that Akun and his team have been serving notices for all the celebrities, businessmen and other students. Several software professionals too have been asked to appear before them and this secret investigation is taking place in several places of the city without any media coverage. SIT has been conducting special counselling classes for school children who are addicted to drugs. Akun Sabharwal revealed that their names have been kept under wraps and will not be revealed out.
He even requested media not to over hype the situation. On the other hand, several other drug distributors have been arrested and the courier companies have been seriously warned as drugs have been circulated through the parcels.