NCB Raids Rhea Chakraborty, Samuel Miranda’s Houses To Probe Drug Angle

Rhea Chakraborty
Sushant Singh Angelic Photo

Firstly, NCB raids Rhea Chakraborty, Samuel Miranda’s houses to probe drug angle. 

A five-member team of (NCB) probing the drug angle in the actor’s death. Moreover, raided Rhea Chakraborty’s house on Morning. Mumbai Police is also present at Rhea’s house and assisting the NCB team. When a massive search is underway at the actress’ house. Sources stated team searched for Chakraborty’s mobile phone, laptop, and car. NCB aims at recovering anything related to the drug angle in the Sushant death case

Rhea, her brother Showik Chakraborty and Samuel Miranda came under the scanner of the agency. Shortly! names of few drug peddlers came out. Showik and Miranda to attend further questioning soon. 

NCB questioned Kaizan Ibrahim, a suspected drug trafficker. A connection with the drug trafficking probe linked to the Sushant death case. A PTI report said Agency arrested Ibrahim after the questioning of Abdel Basit Parihar. Abdel is under arrest by the agency. The NCB arrested two more people in this probe till now, the other being Zaid Vilatra (21). (sent do custody till September 9.)

Arrest of Bandra resident Parihar was after interrogating Zaid. Parihar to have links with the narcotics case registered against Rhea Chakraborty, 28, and others. 

Rhea is the main accused in the death case of the 34-year-old actor. NCB, the Enforcement Directorate (ED), and CBI probed Rhea on money laundering charges. 

In recent turns, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy is leading the campaign. This campaign was launched for actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor died in his home on June 14 raised many questions. 

MP Swamy says, “There was systematic destruction in the evidence. This needs painstaking reconstruction. Sushant Singh’s crimination(next day) makes it tough to re-evaluate the autopsy report. So, circumstantial evidence obtained by CBI got to have filled the gap’. 

AIIMS post-mortem report cannot tell if death happened due to suicide or murder.