Mamta Kulkarni, husband Vicky Goswami declared 'absconders' in narcotics case

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On April 18 2016, the Thane crime branch raided the Solapur unit of Avon Lifesciences and had seized Ephedrine- used to produce party drug methamphetamine worth Rs 2500 crores.

This order gives power to the police to arrest the accused anywhere in India. If the couple continues to elude the police, the police can, after securing court permission, auction their property.The police can also file a chargesheet against the duo and eventually issue a Red Corner Notice (RCN). In January, Goswami, Ibrahim and Baktash Akasha and Gulam Hussein were extradited from Kenya to the US. The Thane sessions court also declared Mamta Kulkarni and her boyfriend Vicky Goswami as absconders in drug haul case.

Investigations have revealed Goswami's involvement with Kenya-based global drug mafia in the racket. Investigating officer, Assistant Commissioner of Police Bharat Shelke, said, "We can now seize their property and with court permission auction them at a later stage."The police are aware about two flats owned by Kulkarni in Versova and are likely to attach them".

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Goswami, 52, was earlier imprisoned for 25 years in the United Arab Emirates in 1997 for trafficking around 11.50 tonnes of Mandrax but was released in November 2012 on grounds of good conduct. The investigation revealed this drug to be sourced from Solapur based Avon Life Science Pvt. His story in no less than a Bollywood thriller.

Section 82 of the CrPC mandates that if any court has reason to believe that any person against whom a warrant has been issued by it is absconding or is hiding himself so that such a warrant can not be executed, such a court may publish a written proclamation, requiring him to appear at a specific place and at a specified time not less than 30 days from the date of publishing.

Tuesday's development came nine months after Kulkarni, 45, denied all police allegations against her and claimed she was "innocent" and a "Yogini" (ascetic), in a recorded statement from Kenya.