Rhea Chakraborty Bought Ganja Several Times In The Year 2020, Claims NCB In The Sushant Case!

The Anti Drugs Agency (NCB) has made a major exposure in the Drug case connected with the demise of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Indeed, NCB has asserted that Sushant Singh Rajput’s girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty had purchased weed a few times from other denizens including her sibling Shovik and gave it to actor Sushant Singh. Let us inform you that NCB had recently filed draft charges against 35 accused in the Sushant death case in the NDPS court, whose hearing was held on Tuesday.

The actress has purchased drugs many times!

On 12 July, the NCB also uncovered that all the accused including Rhea Chakraborty, Shovik had plotted with one another from March 2020 to December 2020, so they could use drugs in “Bollywood and High Society”.distribution, deal and purchase.

Shovik was in touch with drug sellers

The charges outlined against Rhea’s brother Shovik show that he was in consistent contact with drug merchants. He used to put orders for the conveyance of Ganja, Charas/Hashish. Shovik took conveyance of hashish from Abdel Basit, Kaizan Ibrahim, Karmjit Singh Anand, and Suryadeep Malhotra among others, and gave it over to Sushant.

For this, Some of the time shovik paid for those conveyances and in some cases through Riya Chakraborty during the period March 2020 to September 2020 to tranquilize merchants.

The NCB, On Tuesday, claimed that the accused supported funding for smuggling inside Mumbai as well as used narcotics like marijuana, charas, and cocaine. Section 27 and 27A have been forced against this multitude of charges for funding unlawful trafficking and holding onto lawbreakers. Aside from this, a case has been enrolled under sections 28 and section 29.

What will happen next?

The court will consider the absolution petition of all the accused before framing the charges. Exceptional Judge VG Raghuvanshi, who hears cases connected with the NDPS Act, has fixed July 27 for hearing the matter. That is, presently the following hearing will be held following 15 days.