Deepika and Sara’s mobile data will be recovered with the help of imaging technology

Drug Case. In the last few days, the drug case in Bollywood seems to be taking a good turn. The Anti-Narcotics Squad (NCB) seized the mobile phones of four actresses, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, and Rakul Preet Singh.

The Central Anti-Drug Squad investigating drug cases in Bollywood is going to get deleted data from the mobiles of other actresses like Riya. Imaging techniques will be used for this. 

The NCB seized the mobile phones of Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh, Simon Khambata, Karisma Prakash, and Jaya Saha.

Big names involved in the drug case are also likely to be revealed based on the data in the seized mobile phones. NCB sources said that they are also trying to recover the deleted data from the mobile.
For this, the help of the cyber forensics department will be taken. NCB will try to get deleted messages by clon ing data in all these mobiles. It will also check chats and chats with other people.
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Imaging techniques will be used for this. The data in Riya’s mobile was obtained in a similar manner. Copy and paste can usually be used to retrieve files from a mobile device. 

But cloning mobile data with the help of imaging can also retrieve old deleted files. Therefore, it will be possible to verify the claims currently being made by this actress through this data. 

Sources said that old messages can also be retrieved from them. If the legal process is followed, such evidence is accepted in court. Earlier, Dr. Nair. In the case of Payal Tadvi’s suicide, the same method was used to get the deleted evidence from the mobile. Such tactics are widely used in terrorist and assassination operations.

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