Sushant case, NCB to file 12 thousand page charge sheet today, Riya Chakraborty is the main accused : Actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in Bandra’s flat. Initially, this case was considered only suicide, however, after the complaint of Sushant’s family, the CBI also joined this case.
In the case of the suspected death of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, NCB’s Mumbai unit is going to file its first charge sheet in the court on the Bollywood Drugs Connection case on Friday. According to the information received, the NCB will file a total of 12 thousand page chargesheet in the court. The name of Rhea Chakraborty (rhea chakraborty) has been included as the main accused in the charge sheet. At the same time a total of 33 people, including Riya, have been accused in this charge sheet.
Apart from this, the names of Riya’s close associates and several drug peddler suppliers are also included in the chargesheet as accused. Drugs recovered Report of recovered electronic devices Forensic report This charge sheet has been prepared on the basis of the statements of witnesses.
NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede will reach the court with this charge sheet. According to NCB sources, after three months of this main charge sheet, NCB can also present a supplementary charge sheet in the court. Which may include the name of Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor. Against them, the NCB found many evidences for which investigation is still going on. Explain that this charge sheet is being filed in the case of 16/2020 compliant case.
Sushant died in June last year
Significantly, in June last year, actor Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in a flat in Bandra, Mumbai. Initially, this case was considered as suicide only. However, after the complaint of Sushant’s family, the CBI was also involved in this case. Not only this, former Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey had sent a team of Bihar Police to Mumbai specifically for investigation.
After the angle of drugs in this case, many actors and actresses got screwed by NCB. Many people including Rhea Chakraborty, his brother Shouvik Chakraborty were imprisoned. Many of the drug peddlers whose names came up in this case are still behind bars.