The Tollywood drugs case has been creating political turmoil for years. For years, it has been believed that many political personalities are involved in this racket, and that is the reason behind Excise Department not cooperating with the ED. Further suspicions came to the fore when ED filed a contempt petition at the court in this regard. With this, the government finally stepped forward to cooperate with the whole.
As of now, the government has given all the details asked for. Provides digital records, call data, FSL reports. The TRS government has filed a memo in the high court giving the details of the entire inquiry to this extent. Meanwhile, ED filed a contempt of court petition in the high court alleging that both CS Somesh Kumar and Excise Director Sarparaj Ahmedthey were not cooperating. However, they withdrew the petition after the state government gave a memo stating that it had given all the details.
With all the details at hand, the whole investigation into the Tollywood drugs case will no longer be difficult. We might be able to witness many shocking things in no time. The government will examine the digital records and call data provided by the Excise Department. In these aspects, the officials will once again prosecute cine celebrities based on the data and as per the inquiry. They will cross-check if they can extract any details from them on drug transactions, purchases, money laundering issues.
Recently, TPCC chief Revanth Reddy criticized the abrupt halt in the drugs case trial. He even went to the Joint Director’s office and complained about the delay, asking them to conduct an in-depth inquiry. It is alleged that the government officials were behind the disappearance of the probe. It is suspected that there was a conspiracy behind the non-cooperation of the Excise Department with the ED. However, the government has recently announced that all records have been released, so, there might be some interesting revelations in this case.