Two people identified for bringing contraband to L3 bar for illegal party

Pune: City police on Thursday claimed to have identified two people who brought contraband to Liquid Leisure Lounge (L3) bar on Fergusson College Road during an illegal party that went on till 4.30 am on Sunday . “We have identified the two suppliers and hope to uncover details as we work on some leads,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone I) Sandeep Singh Gill, adding that the investigation was at a crucial stage. A video clip showing two men consuming a substance in the L3 toilet has gone viral on social media, prompting police to search the establishment and launch an investigation into alleged drug use at the party. The duo, identified as a Mumbai-based architect and a software engineer from Mundhwa, were arrested. Police seized a quantity of white powder (believed to be mephedrone but a forensic report is awaited) from the architect's apartment in Goregaon East. During a subsequent search in the same apartment, the police found hashish (in quantity exceeding personal consumption) and invoked charges under the NDPS Act in the case. The identity of the suppliers is likely to have been established from the questions asked by the architect. Ten people, including one of the owners of L3 and the three room permit holders who operated the establishment, are in police custody until June 29.

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