Sushant Singh Rajput CASE Update : Mumbai Police Indicts SSR 's Sister With Response to Suicide After Rhea 's Complaint, CBI To Investigate
Rhea Chakraborty has, according to recent reports, complained about the sister of Sushant Singh Rajput, claiming that the sisters were sending SSR a fake medical prescription.
Froms two consecutive days, Rhea Chakraborty, a drug-link in the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, appeared to the Nacrotics Control Bureau (NCB), in connection with the ongoing investigation. At about 10.30 a.m. in a car escorted by a Mumbai Police vehicle, Chakraborty reached the NCB office in Ballard Estate, southern Mumbai. She went to Bandra Police Station last night, after Rhea completed the day-long questioning procedure, and filed police complaint with the actor's prescription for assisting the actor with his anxiety problem, SSR's Sister Priyanka Singh.Because of Rhea Chakraborty 's allegations about Sushant Singh 's parents, the Mumbai Police reported a suicide case. For further investigation, the case was transferred to the CBI.
The actress said in her six-page long complaint that Sushant died five days after getting a prescription, "with his sister Priyanka illegally administered psychotropic substances." Meanwhile, the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Esplanade Court has ruled by significant order that all requests for remand in Sushant Singh Rajput cases be made only through a video conference. On Sunday, the order was released citing Covid-19 as a pandemic and "past experiences" about the preservation of law and order with immense media attention in these high-profile cases.
Rhea Chakraborty was earlier questioned by the Enforcement Directorate ( ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) too. Rhea claimed she never used drugs herself in interviews on various TV news outlets. However, she had said that the late actor used marijuana to eat. Miranda is believed to have told NCB researchers that the household of the late actor had been procurement of bud or selected weed.
Until now, eight people have been detained by the NCB with six being specifically connected with this case, and two of these have been detained while investigating the NDPS Act. When the investigation into the case started, two men, Abbas Lakhani and Karan Arora, have been arrested by the organisation for alleged drug trafficking and officials believed they reached through Zaid Vilatra and Abdel Basit Parihar, supposedly related to the Miranda drug case.