Riya Chakraborty was arrested by the Narcotics Bureau (NCB) on Tuesday.
Riya confesses to the drug connection in the interrogation. He has named about 25 Bollywood celebs who are involved in drug dealing.
The biggest arrest in the case of the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Riya Chakraborty, the main accused in the case, has been arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). Riya will now appear in court on Wednesday (9 September).
This is believed to be the biggest step in the Sushant Singh Rajput case so far. Sushant’s fans on social media are constantly commenting and expressing their opinion.
One user wrote – The time that we all waited for, has finally arrived. Riya has been arrested, now the biggest question is, how was Sushant killed?
Another user wrote – Just thinking about the parents, whose two children are arrested. I can feel their pain. The truth will come out and the guilty will get the necessary punishment.
Another user wrote – Now your game is over Riya. At least now people will be able to talk on issues such as unemployment, corona, and farmer suicides.
On the other hand, Riya Chakraborty’s lawyer has given the first statement on his arrest. He has said that the three investigating agencies are behind a woman, only because the woman was in love with a drug addict. Sushant committed suicide due to mental state.
Riya helped to provide drugs
If sources are to be believed, the NCB will ask for the remand of Riya from the court while the rest of the three will also ask for an extension of remand. Till now, Riya has denied the allegations leveled against her, but during the third day of interrogation, she confessed that she had helped in providing the drugs.
NCB arrests Rhea under NDPS Act
Rhea has been arrested by the Narcotics Bureau under various sections of the NDPS Act in the drugs case in connection with the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. As per reports, NCB is likely to file a plea before the court seeking that they need to keep all four – Rhea, Showik, Samuel Miranda, and Dipesh – in police remand for further questioning.