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According to ANI, actress Rakul Preet Singh has moved to Delhi High Court in order to seek interim direction against media outlets against publishing or printing or broadcasting any news stories about her in the drugs case.

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Updated: September 26, 2020 11:42 pm

Rakul Preet Singh moves to Delhi HC to seek interim direction against publishing news stories about her

As per a news report by ANI, southern actress Rakul Preet Singh has moved to Delhi High Court in order to seek interim direction against media outlets with respect to publishing or printing or broadcasting any news stories about her in the drugs case which is being probed by the NCB. As per the latest news reports actress Rakul Preet Singh has taken the legal route and approached the Delhi High Court to get interim direction against the media outlets in order to make sure that no stories are broadcasted or printed or published about her in relation to the drugs case probed by the Narcotics Control Bureau.
The NCB is currently probing the drugs angle in the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s case. The news reports state that the NCB has questioned actresses Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor in the drugs case. The southern actress Rakul Preet Singh was also grilled by the NCB. Fashion designer Simone Khambatta was also questioned by the agency.
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Bollywood Actor Rakul Preet Singh has moved Delhi High Court seeking an interim direction to the respondents to ensure that the media does not broadcast any programme or publish, print or circulate any article or write-ups relating to her in drug case.
— ANI (@ANI) September 26, 2020
Now, the latest news update in the drugs case states that the mobile phones of Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Rakul Preet Singh and Simone Khambatta have been seized by the NCB. The Narcotics Control Bureau wants to investigate how the drugs supply is being carried out and not just nab the individual consumer. The news reports add how the NCB wants to widen its reach in the investigation carried out by them.
(ALSO READ: Team Rakul Preet Singh claims they have not received NCB summon for today, unlikely to join drug nexus probe)

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