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This photo was taken by Riya Chakraborty as she was leaving the NCB office in Mumbai.
- Rear’s lawyer said this in his application filed in the High Court for bail.
- Rhea complained of being in contact with drug peddlers, arranging drugs for Sushant
- Riya has been lodged in Mumbai’s Byculla jail since September 6 and her bail has been denied twice.
Actress Riya Chakraborty has moved the Bombay High Court after her bail application was rejected twice by a lower court. However, due to heavy rains in Mumbai on Wednesday, the hearing of his case in the High Court has been adjourned till Thursday. In a petition filed on behalf of rear lawyer Satish Manshinde, the actress has accused the three central agencies of being ‘sorcerers’.
The petition further states that there is no evidence from the central agencies against Riyadh. Sushant Singh Rajput ‘took the opportunity of people close to him to maintain his drug habit’. The biggest revelation is that this application is the first time Riya Chakraborty has admitted that she occasionally bought small amounts of medicine for Sushant. Actress Sushant has also complained that he used to remove evidence of drinking or buying drugs.
These ten key points have been included in the petition filed before the bench by Satish Manshind.
Rear in judicial custody until October
Rhea contacted drug dealers, alleging that she had arranged drugs for Sushant. Riya was produced via video conferencing from Baykula prison on Tuesday. The special court extended his judicial custody till October. In such a situation Riya now expects the High Court. Riya has also been granted bail in the High Court along with her brother Shovik.
20 people have been arrested in drug cases
The NCB arrested 20 people, including Riya and Shovik, as well as Sushant’s house manager Samuel Miranda, assistant Deepesh Sawant and several drug dealers. Miranda, Sawant and drug dealer Abdul Basit Parihar have appealed to the high court after the special court rejected their bail application. The next hearing on their application is in the High Court on September 29.