At least 46 students, including 20 girls, of a Mumbai-based college were arrested from a rave party in Pune's Lonavla hill station, police said today.
Keeping with a Special NDPS Court's order, he arrived at the police station at about 12.30 PM and his questioning lasted for over three hours, an official said.
Mumbai police have filed a chargesheet against cricketer Rahul Sharma for drug use at the Juhu rave party. South African all-rounder Wayne Parnell has been named absconding accused in the case.
Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla today said the BCCI will study the police report before taking any action against Rahul Sharma, who tested positive for drugs in a rave party in Mumbai.
The Indian team's media manager Ravi Jain said that they have not received any communication in this regard from the BCCI yet.
The tests of IPL players Rahul Sharma and Wayne Parnell, who were also held from the same premises have not yet come in.
Police have arrested one, Vijay Vishesh Handa, who they say organised the party. The party was reportedly promoted on Facebook.
A regional TV channel aired the footage of Minister for Cooperation Laxman Savadi and Minister for Women and Child Development C C Patil allegedly watching the obscene clippings.