Sushant Singh Rajput's family lawyer Vikas Singh on Monday said actress Rhea Chakraborty's complaint is a ploy to derail ongoing CBI investigation and keep the role of state police alive in the matter. Rhea has filed a complaint in Bandra Police Station accusing Rajput's sister Priyanka Singh and a Delhi-based doctor of forgery and preparing a "fake" prescription of medicines for anxiety.
NCB continued questioning Rhea Chakraborty for the second day today. As the investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput's mysterious death, NCB claims that the officials are not satisfied with Rhea's answers and will confront her with her younger brother Showik Chakraborty, Rajput's house manager Samuel Miranda and his house staffer Dipesh Sawant in order to ascertain their individual roles in this alleged drug racket after it obtained mobile phone chat records and other electronic data that suggested some banned drugs were allegedly procured by these people.
On the other hand, during the questioning, Rhea Chakraborty has reportedly confessed that she used to procure drugs but never consumed them. She also stated that the late actor used to consume marijuana. A total of eight people have been arrested till now by the NCB with six being directly linked to this probe while two were arrested by it when the probe was launched under criminal sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.
Meanwhile, Sushant Singh Rajput's family has been running a campaign on social media which has been supported by millions of people. The family claims that they want to know the cause behind the actor's death. Sushant's sister Shweta Singh Kirto shared a childhood picture with Sushant on Twitter and called their fight 'Satya Ka Agrah.' She tweeted, "He was like a child, the only thing he wanted was love. Koi ek baar, pyaar se haath pher de uske sar pe, pyaar se baat karle, bas that was enough for him to make him happy. He was not a person who would take his own life. My heart is not ready to believe it."
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