Sushant Singh Rajput drugs case: NCB files draft charges against Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik

Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has filed draft charges against them Rhea Chakraborty His brother Shoik Chakraborty along with others in a Mumbai court in connection with the drugs investigation in his death case Sushant Singh Rajput, Also read- Trending TV News Today: Shakti Arora’s biggest fear about Kundali Bhagya, Shehnaaz Gill’s latest pics, Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 premiere date and more

According to PTI, Special Public Prosecutor Atul Sarpande said that the prosecution maintained the charge against all the accused as mentioned in the charge sheet filed before the court. The prosecution proposes to the court to accuse Riya and Shoik of abusing drugs and buying them for Sushant. Also read- Sushant Singh Rajput death anniversary: ​​Sara Ali Khan remembers her Kedarnath co-star; Pen, ‘Because of you is long ago’

The Special Public Prosecutor said the court was about to frame charges against all the accused, but some of them have applied for discharge. The court said charges can be framed only after the discharge petitions are decided. As Riya and Shoik were present before the court along with other accused, Special Judge VG Raghuvanshi posted the matter for hearing on July 12. Also read- Sushant Singh Rajput’s second death anniversary: ​​Sister Shweta Singh Kirti writes a heartfelt note for her brother; Says, ‘Brother you have become immortal’

In 2020, Rhea made headlines after Sushant’s family accused him of abetment to suicide and extorting money from the late actor. He was also named in the NCB’s chargesheet along with his brother Shoik in the drug-related probe into Sushant’s death.

Riya was arrested by the NCB on September 9, 2020, for allegedly buying drugs for Sushant, who was found hanging at his Mumbai home on June 14, 2020. Later, even her brother Shoik was arrested along with several other glam-world celebrities. Agencies like Mumbai Police, Central Bureau of Investigation, Enforcement Directorate and NCB investigated the matter. Thereafter, Riya spent 28 days in custody before being granted bail by the Bombay High Court on October 7, 2020.

After more than 14 months, a special court in Mumbai ordered the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) to close Rhea Chakraborty’s bank accounts and return her electronic gadgets. According to her lawyer Nikhil Maneshinde, Riya had filed a petition seeking release of gadgets like Apple laptops and iPhones and access to her bank accounts.

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