News reporters have seen chasing Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, and Sara Ali Khan's car, Mumbai Police gave this warning


Every aspect related to actor Sushant Singh Rajput's case is very much discussed. These days the Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB) is investigating the drugs angle in this case. The names of many Bollywood actresses have surfaced on the consumption and transaction of drugs. Whose agency inquiries are continuing? At the same time, in this case, the Mumbai Police has asked for strict action against the media reporters and the drivers of their car.

In fact, the news reports of film celebrities whose names are coming up in the drugs case are being followed. In such a situation, the Mumbai Police has said to take strict action against the driver driving the car of the News Reporters. On Saturday, a case of stalking of the cars of stars called by the NCB office for questioning came to light.

After this, the Mumbai Police has given a stern warning that media persons should not risk the lives of others along with themselves by chasing the car of film celebrities called for questioning in the drugs case. Mumbai Police said media vehicles chasing film stars' cars would be seized and strict action would be taken against the driver.

Significantly, the NCB on Saturday called Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, and Sara Ali Khan for questioning in connection with the drugs case. After the inquiries, when these actresses left for their house, several news reporters tried to chase their car. He was looking for photos, videos, and questions from actresses.

After this, Zone-1 Deputy Police Commissioner Sangram Singh Nishandar said that if the media was found to be endangering the lives of other vehicles from the vehicles during the chase of film stars, the vehicles would be seized. He said, 'We saw that the people called for questioning were followed by media vehicles. Such vehicles will be seized because they are putting their lives as well as others 'lives in danger.'