The problems of Riya Chakraborty, his girlfriend in the Sushant Singh Rajput drug case, have not been named since the end. The Anti-Narcotics Agency (NCB) has made a major revelation in the drug case related to the death of former actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The NCB alleged that Riya Chakraborty, the alleged girlfriend of Sushant Singh Rajput, bought ganja from her brother Shovik and other accused several times. And She gave it to Sushant Singh Rajput.
Draft charges submitted against Rhea Chakroborty in Special NDPS court of receiving deliveries of ganja from Samuel Miranda, Showik Charoborty & Dipesh Sawant & others and handing over those deliveries to late actor Sushant Singh Rajput while making payments for them in yr 2020— ANI (@ANI) July 13, 2022
This concept also tells us that Sushant has been supplying drugs since 2018. The allegations against Riya’s brother Shovik show that he was in constant contact with drug dealers. Used to order Ganja, Charas / Hash for delivery. Shovik took delivery of ganja from Abdel Basit, Kaizan Ibrahim, Karmjit Singh Anand and Suryadeep Malhotra. Then he handed it over to Sushant. He sometimes paid for supplies and sometimes through Riya Chakraborty in March 2020 to September 2020 to drug dealers.
They handed over all drugs to Sushant Singh Rajput. The Narcotics Control Bureau last month filed an NCB against 35 accused in a court under the NDPS Act. According to the draft of the cases, between March 2020 and December 2020 all the suspects were part of a criminal conspiracy. All of them were selling drugs to high society and Bollywood at that time without a valid license.
In the SSR case, the Central Narcotics Agency filed charge sheets against 35 suspects in a special Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) court last month. The NCB also alleged that Sushant had been taking drugs from several people and its employees since 2018. The NCB also said in its charge sheet that Pithani bought drugs for Sushant Singh Rajput from in his own bank accounts called ‘material puja’. He claimed on Tuesday that the accused not only financed drug smuggling in Mumbai. But also used drugs like ganja, charas, and cocaine. Sections 27 and 27A were charged against all accused of financing illegal trade and harboring criminals.
In addition, one case has registered under section 28 and section 29. The court will consider the motion to release all the suspects before the trial begins. Special Judge VG Raghuvanshi, who heard cases related to the NDPS Act, fixed July 27 for hearing the case.