CBI completes probe in Dudu case, to file chargesheet

 

The Central bureau of investigation (CBI) has completed the probe in the second case of the police-drug dealer nexus, where it was alleged that the police have planted drugs on David Driham alias Dudu, an Israeli national. CBI sources said the case will be chargesheeted soon.
 
On February, 22, 2010, the Anti narcotic cell (ANC) had arrested the alleged notorious Israeli drug dealer Dudu at Anjuna for possessing drugs worth Rs 3.81 lakh.
 
The main culprit in the case is alleged to be PSI Sunil Gudlar of the ANC who had allegedly masterminded Dudu's arrest. Dudu's sister Ayala, in a sting operation in end of 2010, exposed through hidden cameras how ANC cops were demanding money threatening otherwise to plant drugs on people. The case was then transferred to CBI. Dudu was arrested and is currently out on bail.
 
The narcotics drugs and psychotropic substances ( NDPS) court, Mapusa, had granted conditional bail to suspended police sub inspector Sunil Gudlar after CBI failed to file chargesheet in the Dudu case. Recently, the court had dismissed the CBI's plea for extension of time to file a chargesheet against Gudlar. On May 30, 2012, CBI had arrested the entire police team which allegedly planted drugs on Dudu. They were released later on conditional bail. CBI had also recorded the statement of then ANC SP Veenu Bansal. Dudu was arrested in 2008 by Mumbai's ANC and was earlier served a 'Leave India' notice in 2006. [TOI]