Sushant Singh Rajput Case: Showik, Rhea Chakraborty’s drug peddler arrested, sent to 2 day NCB custody



The Bollywood drug nexus test that went to the front after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput has been nothing less except for stunning. In another advancement on Wednesday, the Opiates Control Agency captured drug seller Rigel Mahakal. This vendor has supposedly been known to supply medications to Rhea Chakraborty and her sibling Showik Chakraborty. He was likewise delivered under the watchful eye of the Esplanade Court and shipped off multi day NCB guardianship.

As per ANI, Mahakal was liable for providing medications to another seller named Anuj Keshwani who at that point provided it to Rhea, Showik and others. The NCB assaulted the Lokhandwala territory in Mumbai and medications were likewise seized apparently from Mahakal’s home. ANI affirmed the improvements as it tweeted, “NCB captures a slipping away charged Regel Mahakal. He’ll be created under the steady gaze of court today. He used to supply medications to Anuj Keshwani (another blamed) who further provided it to other people. NCB is leading strikes at Milat Nagar, Lokhandwala; drugs seized.”

Not long after his capture, Mahalkal was taken for a clinical test and afterward created in court. He will presently be in the NCB’s care for two days. “Esplanade Court sends Regel Mahakal to 2-day NCB care, regarding an issue identified with #SushantSinghRajput passing case,” ANI tweeted. Then, Rhea and Showik were captured on medication charges. Be that as it may, the kin have now been delivered on bail. While Rhea left prison in a month’s time, Showik was let off simply following three difficult months. He had stressed in his bail request that he was not found possessing any medications and was by and large ‘erroneously ensnared’.

“In current realities and conditions of the current case, given that no business amount has been claimed in regard of the candidate, there has been no recuperation from the candidate and that all charges relate just to little amounts, the ban forced by Segment 37 of the NDPS Demonstration, 1985 would not be pertinent,” Showik’s bail application read.