The police say though Vijender will be questioned soon, they do not believe that he knew much about the international smuggling ring that the arrested dealer was allegedly a part of.
Vijender denied ever using drugs and said he had no links with the drug dealer. The boxer is currently in Mumbai.
A car belonging to Vijender's wife was found parked outside Kahlon's house when the police raided it on March 3. They seized over 26 kg of drugs, including heroin, worth Rs 130 crore in the raid. Vijendra has said he does not know how the car got there and has suggested that Ram Singh might have been using it.
Ram Singh, who was questioned by the police on Saturday, told television channels yesterday, "I had no role. I knew Kahlon for some time, he gave drugs to us as food supplement and later we realised it was drug. We took drugs 3-4 times, Vijender took drugs three-four times. When we realised it was drug we stopped using it."
Police sources claim that Kahlon has during his interrogation alleged that he met Vijender at least four times. Kahlon is believed to have begun spreading his drug network in India in 2009. An NRI of Canadian origin, he is allegedly known internationally in the drug cartel.
Vijender Singh won India its first boxing Olympic medal in 2008.