In its remand copy of actor Rhea Chakraborty, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) stated that she is a active member of a “drug syndicate” and wont to manage finance for drug procurement along side the late actor.
Chakraborty is appearing before the Magistrate via video conference from NCB office in Mumbai.
NCB said that Chakraborty’s disclosure/statement had made it clear that she is a lively member of a “drug syndicate” connected with drug supplies.
It said that Chakraborty revealed about her involvement within the procurement of medicine and financial transactions and also her instructions to Dipesh Sawant, Showik Chakraborty and Miranda.
Sawant was arrested by the NCB for his role in procuring and handling of medicine . Showik and Miranda have also been arrested within the same case.
As per NCB’s remand copy, Chakraborty has acknowledged the statements of other accused and it’s clear that she wont to procure drugs for Rajput’s consumption.It stated that Sawant said that financial issues for purchase of medicine were also being addressed by Rajput and Chakraborty.
As per NCB, Showik said that Basit Parihar provided drugs to Dipesh Sawant (Sushant Singh Rajput’s staffer) through Kaizen Ibrahim.
NCB said Showik confessed that he wont to facilitate the delivery of medicine through Zaid, Basit and Kaizen. It also highlighted that Showik disclosed that these drug deliveries wont to be received by Rajput’s aids and each delivery and payment was in conscious knowledge of Rhea Chakraborty.
As per NCB’s remand application, Samuel Miranda has confessed that Sushant also along side rhea wont to instruct him to acquire the drug.Rajput also wont to affect the financial matter regarding these drugs along side Rhea Chakraborty.
As per NCB’s remand, Dipesh Sawant (Sushant’s staffer) disclosed that he wont to receive drugs for Sushant on his (Sushant’s) instructions.
During the statement, Samuel Miranda also disclosed that he wont to procure drugs on instructions of Sushant Singh Rajput And Rhea Chakraborty and financial matter during this regard were being dealt by Rhea And Sushant Singh Rajput, read the remand application.
Earlier, Ashok Jain, Deputy Director General (DG), South-Western Region, NCB said that the agency will seek her judicial custody.
“Rhea Chakraborty are going to be produced before magistrate shortly. We don’t need her custody remand so we’ll seek judicial custody. We aren’t posing for her custody remand as whatever we wanted to cross together with her , we’ve done already,” he said.
Chakraborty is that the ninth person arrested by the NCB within the ongoing case.
The NCB launched an investigation after it received official communication from Enforcement Directorate (ED), during which there have been various chats associated with drug consumption, procurement, usage and transportation in reference to the Sushant Singh Rajput case.
The agency had said that linkages of Parihar with the sooner registered i.e., supported the preliminary enquiry on the small print submitted by ED, were found.
The ED had on July 31 registered an Enforcement Case Information Report within the late actor’s death case after a primary Information Report (FIR) was filed by Rajput’s father KK Singh against Rhea Chakraborty in Bihar on July 28.