The anti-drug agency told the court on Tuesday that the examination has nothing to do with Rajput’s demise case and it’s an instance of ‘drug partnership’.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Tuesday restricted the bail applications recorded by entertainer Rhea Chakraborty and her sibling Showik in the Bombay High Court following their capture in a drug case connected to Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise.
The anti-drug agency told the court on Tuesday that the examination has nothing to do with Rajput’s demise and it’s an instance of ‘drug partnership’.
“All through contentions, candidates express this is associated with Sushant Singh Rajput passing case yet this examination has nothing to do with it,” ASG Anil Singh, attorney for NCB, told the court, as cited by ANI.
The court is hearing the bail requests recorded by Rhea and her sibling. On September 8, the NCB had captured Rhea Chakraborty for supposedly securing drugs for Sushant. Chakraborty was arrested alongside a few others.
The anti-drug agency further said that all the individuals captured for the situation are interlinked to one another, and there were standard connections and buying of drugs.
“Need to bring up this is a drug partner and that they are completely interlinked. All people captured till now, are associated with one another and it is an organization. There were standard connections and buying,” NCB said in the court.
Drug bargain isn’t limited to Sushant, the NCB revealed to Bombay High Court. “This isn’t a case identified with Sushant Singh Rajput. He may have been one of the buyers however the whole exchange and arrangement isn’t confined to him,” the NCB further said.
The NCB has so far additionally addressed entertainers Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh in the drug test.
On June 14, the 34-year-old entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput was discovered dead at his habitation in Mumbai’s Bandra.
Separated from NCB, the case is additionally being examined by two other focal offices – Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).