According to the police, it was difficult for them to keep a tab on the number of detainees, as many of them gave them wrong addresses.
“To avoid police action, Sakshi has blocked the mobile number he had given us. He has done it intentionally, as he used to receive a lot of calls from us with regard to the rave party case,” said Deputy Superintendent of Police, Raigad, Namrata Patil.
“It’s not a big deal to get in touch with Sakshi, we have his residential address as he is from a well-known family. We will be going to his place to arrest him,” said Patil.
Sakshi was tested positive for cannabis along with 207 others who were tested positive for drugs during the crackdown.