A Mumbai court docket at this time granted bail to Ramkumar Tiwari, one of many homeowners of the well-known “Muchhad Paanwala” store, who was arrested in reference to a medication case.
Ramkumar Tiwari was granted bail by the court docket of a metropolitan Justice of the Peace on the money bond of Rs 15,000.
Tiwari was questionned for a number of hours by the Narcotics Management Bureau (NCB) on January 11 after his title popped up through the investigation into a medication case wherein three individuals, together with a British nationwide, had been arrested with 200 kg of medication from town’s suburbs – Khar and Bandra – on January 9.
After his arrest on January 12, Tiwari was remanded to judicial custody after the NCB did not press for his remand because the contraband recovered from the accused was of a consumable amount.
The NCB had mentioned the seized medication included ganja, imported contraband “OG Kush” (a pressure of hashish indica), and curated marijuana, a few of which had been allegedly sourced from the US.
The paan store, positioned at Kemps Nook in south Mumbai, could be very standard as it’s frequented by celebrities.
The paan store received this distinctive title as one of many brothers, who had based the store, sported an enormous moustache.
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