Rave chaos: IPL players let off after medical tests
In another development, Vishay Handa, director of city-based Oakwood Premier Hotel, where the rave party was held last night was arrested under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.
A police officer said, "All those who were detained last night during the rave party were allowed to go after their blood and urine samples were taken."
"Among those who were allowed to go include two IPL cricketers - Wayne Parnell and leg-spinner Rahul Sharma (both play for Pune Warriors India)," the officer said.
"The blood and urine samples were taken to Cooper, Bhabha and J J hospitals, to examine if they consumed the drugs," the officer said.
Police had said last night that two IPL players from the Pune Warriors team, one of them a foreigner, were among the 96 persons who were detained following a raid.
"Approximately 110 grams of cocaine along with MDMA, popularly known as ecstasy, and charas were seized," Additional Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nagre Patil had said.
The Delhi Police is likely to conduct more raids in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal. Teams of the Delhi Police's special cell have been sent to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Kolkata to conduct searches and track the money trail in the IPL spot-fixing case.
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